along the same vein vs in the same vein, along the same line : Common Errors in English

About along the same vein vs in the same vein, along the same line

The expressions “in the same vein” and “along the same line” mean the same thing (“on the same subject”), but those who cross-pollinate them to create the hybrid “along the same vein” sound a little odd to those who are used to the standard expressions.
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