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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #111155: Like - Alike
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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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    1. I mistake my cousin for his brother. They look .

    2. My daughter and my sister look except for the colour of their eyes.

    3. When my daughter was a child she drew pictures an adult.

    4. These two cats look so much .

    5. All the flats in this street look so much that I can't find my friend's one.

    6. My mother and my aunt look my grandmother.

    7. Our jackets are so that I can't tell which is mine.

    8. All children poor or rich should have a chance to continue their education .

    9. His walking is exactly his grandfather's one.

    10. I saw your friend. She looks her mother.

    11. My aunt has two daughters. They look very much .

    12. What does your husband look ? - He is handsome.

    13. This dog and her puppy are .

    14. The dresses of these girls look very much .

    15. Your house still looks a new building.

    16. Our houses are not exactly .

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