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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #110867: Ways to use like
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    Ways to use like

    The different ways to use like:

    Like = enjoy  I like some fish with salad.

    To be + like = describe personality/ characteristics  What is your grandfather like?

    Like = the same as  This coffee tastes like water.

    Would like = want  I'd like a cup of tea, please.

    Look like= appearance  What does your mother look like?

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    1. What ? It's beautiful in spring and there are a lot of historical places.

    2. What kind of food ? I like spaghetti. It is delicious.

    3. more cold water? Yes, please.

    4. What the day after tomorrow. It's going to be snowy.

    5. What ? She's not tall and a little fat.

    6. What ? This coffee tastes like water.

    7. My son his brother. All people think that they are twins.

    8. What ? He's very strict, but friendly.

    9. What ? It was wonderful. I took a short trip.

    10. I . I'm going to buy a new red car.

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