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  • Let's talk about appearance.

  • What's the difference between 'look' and 'look like'?

  • So, we use 'look' with an adjective to say

  • how something or someone appears.

  • We don't know for certain, but we are making

  • a statement based on what we can see with

  • our eyes.

  • 'You look really tired today!

  • When did you go to bed?'

  • Now remember, we can also use 'look' for things.

  • 'These grapes look delicious'

  • We use 'look like' to compare the appearance

  • of something or someone to something else.

  • So, 'look like' is followed by a noun or a

  • noun phrase.

  • 'I look like my mother!

  • We have the same eyes.'

  • You can also use these rules with these verbs:

  • 'sound', 'smell', 'taste', and 'feel'.

  • 'This smoothie smells disgusting but it tastes good!'

Let's talk about appearance.

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A2 noun appearance noun phrase adjective smoothie disgusting

Look vs Look like - English In A Minute

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/03
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