|> Other English exercises on the same topic: AS or LIKE [Change theme]|
|> Similar tests: - Differences between Like and As - As/ like/ How: Which one to use - As... Like... As if/ as though... - Like/to like/likely... - Like-As-and others... - As/ like/ such as - As / like - Like / As|
|> Double-click on words you don't understand|
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 :
English exercise "Like or As" created by costo with The test builder
Click here to see the current stats of this English test
Please log in to save your progress.
End of the free exercise to learn English: Like or As
A free English exercise to learn English.
Other English exercises on the same topic : AS or LIKE | All our lessons and exercises