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Should I use “same” before noun always? Does the meaning change when I use it after noun or why can’t we use it after noun? I mean can I use it after noun ? Like ;

I have the same computer as yours Or

I have the computer same as yours.

But when it comes to the different structure like;

I have a red shirt same as yours.

Would it be correct if I say;

I have a red same shirt as yours.

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In the first case the correct way would be:

I have the same computer as yours.

The second way isn't proper grammar, to make it proper you would have to make it:

I have the computer that is the same as yours.

Or even better:

My computer is the same as yours.

In the second case the none of them are what I think to be "correct", I would use:

I have a red shirt that is them same as yours.

Or:

My red shirt is the same as yours.

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