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Like or As
"like" "as" can often be misused.
"like" is used before:
a) a noun:
He speaks like his father.
I eat like a baby.
b) a pronoun:
He speaks like him.
I eat like her.
c) indefinite pronouns:
Do you do like that?
"as" is used before:
a) another clause:
As I was late, I took the bus.
b) a verb:
He dances as his father does.
Ruth weeps as Bake sings.
c) in a comparison:
He is as fat as his father.
III) PLEASE CHECK THESE MEANINGS:
He is advising like a father. (He is not a father)
He is advising as a father. (He is really a father)
IV) EXERCISE :
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