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LIKE - LOOK LIKE - BE LIKE

Post by El-Mostafa on Fri 20 Mar - 10:55

Like can be used
as verb, to talk about tastes

as a preposition, with look and be to talk about appearance and ask for descriptions.
Verb : to like
The verb to like is used to talk about tastes, what we enjoy or prefer.

What sport does Peter like? He likes football.

What's your favourite food? I like Italian food.

Preposition (like) + look
Look like is used to ask for and give an opinion about appearance.

What does Peter look like?
He is tall, dark and handsome. He looks like George Clooney.

Preposition (like) + be
Be like is used to ask for and give a general description.

What is Julie like?
She is reliable, pleasant and helpful. She is like a friend.

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