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1. Remember, the most important thing about you doesn't change.

2. Remember that the most important thing about you doesn't change.

(Does #1 mean #2?)

3. She is taller than me.
4. She is taller than I.
5. She is taller than I am.
6. She is taller than I am tall.
(Can we use all the four expressions? What is the difference among them? Which ones are frequently used?)

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    Yes, #1 and 2 mean the same thing.

    #3 is incorrect. you would not say "me am" so you can not say than me.

    #6 is never used.

    Both $4 and 5 are used.

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