LOOK LIKE: meaning and examples
Good morning. Today's verb phrase is: look like We use it: to ask for a description or an opinion of the physical characteristics of someone or something. Notice that the words look like are used in the question but not usually in the answer. We use the verb be in the answer to give the description. The word like is NOT a verb. It is a preposition. Example 1 A: What does your sister look like? B: She is tall. She's got long, brown hair and blue eyes. Example 2 A: I bought a new pair of shoes. B: Oh yes? What do they look like? A: They are red, high-heeled, designer sandals. I'm going to wear them to the party on Saturday night. Next week we'll look at adjective order. You can begin by reviewing the order of the adjectives in the examples above. What kind of adjectives have we used first? Second? If you have any questions about the expression look like, please don't hesitate to contact us. Have a great weekend!