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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #10467: Look ... like
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    Look ... like


    Look and like

    (look) like :

    What does

    she look like ?

    She is tall and thin. 


    What does

    it smell like ?

    It smells like my mother's perfume.

     What does

    it taste like ?

    It tastes like vanilla.

     What does

    it sound like ?

    It sounds like jazz.

     What does

    it feel like ?

    It feels very strange.

    (be) like :

    What is

    she like ?

    She's friendly


    What was

    the film like ?

    The film was good.

     What was

    Rome like ?

    Rome was gorgeous.

     What was

    it like ?

    It was dull

     ( feel ) like +gerund How do you feel like having a hot drink ?  I don't feel like having a hot drink


    are you ?

    ( health )

    I'm fine, thanks


    do you like ?

    ( likes & dislikes )

    I like cycling, walking…


    is she looking at ?

    ( action )

    She's looking at old photos.

    Who does she look like? >>  She looks like her mother.=> comparaison

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    1. Oh, my mother is much better now, thank you. (health) ?

    2. Well, he sounds rather wise and calm. ?

    3. It tastes a bit like coriander. ?

    4. Er... our neighbours are quite friendly, really. ?

    5. (A new mother) : Well, I feel a bit strange, I must admit. I hope I'll be a good mother. ?

    6. It was great ! One of the best concerts I have ever been to. ?

    7. Bruges is an old city with lots of beautiful old houses. ?

    8. The party was boring. I left as soon as I could. ?

    9. My daughter looks exactly like her father. ?

    10. It's a difficult question. My brother likes doing so many things... (tastes) ?

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