Let's assume we have two events like lectures. I know lecture A is given at ROOM1. I know lecture B is given at ROOM1, too (at a different time). Someone came and ask me "Where is the Lecture 2". Is my below statement correct?:
The same place where LectureA happens?
Another option is:
It is in the same room as LectureA
I have seen two examples in macmillandictionary.com. The first one is:
Animals feel pain the same as we do.
and the second one is
We were staying at the same hotel as our parents.
Can you explain why in the first sentence the verb do was added whereas in the second one there is no verb at the end of sentence? I mean, could it have written as We were staying at the same hotel as our parents were staying