Uses of “like”

“Like” has several meanings.

1. preposition (similar to)

He looks like my brother.

That sounds like Mozart.

2. verb (to enjoy or prefer)

Do you like tea or coffee?

I like water.

3. a combining form (similarly)

I want to discuss it with like-minded people.

4. a pausing device that can mean “said”

I am like where is the cheese?

He is like there is no cheese.


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  4. raul says:

    I’m confused about number 4. I can;t undestand why?

  5. Rakesh chakraborti says:

    It can be used as “He has childlike simplicity. “

  6. yacine says:

    hello,
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