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Usually, the first "as" is needed. In both examples, omitting it makes things ambiguous; it's not clear whether you mean "You're tall, as your father [is]" (where the comma is important), or "You're … [as] tall as your father", and so forth. It's not strictly ungrammatical, but there's no good reason to leave that word out. …
answered Nov 21 '15 by Nathan Tuggy