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Like - Alike
Alike as an adjective means 'the same' or 'similar', but as an adverb means 'in the same way'.
As an adjective:
EX: My daughter and her friend went to the party last night. Their clothes were alike.
As an adverb:
EX: I always try to treat all my children alike.
Like as a preposition means 'similar to'.
EX: My daughter is like my sister.
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