*Questions with “Like”

Like is a word that is used too often. It is used to describe the personality of something, hobbies, physical appearance and preferences.

  1. Personality or the characteristics of something
    • What is the microwave like?
    • What was the house’s kitchen like?
  2. Hobbies
    • What do you like doing in the house?
    •  What does your mother like doing in her leisure?
      – She likes doing the housework.
  3. Physical appearance
    • What does detached house look like?
    • What does the corridor look like?
  4. Preferences
    • What would you like to do this thursday?
      -Well, I have to move to another house. So, nothing.
    • What would you like to eat?
      -Kitchen is mess. First, clean the kitchen then we can eat something.

Like can be used to ask questions about:

  1. Personality or the characteristics of something;
  2. Hobbies;
  3. Physical appearance;
  4. Preferences.

Like can be used to ask questions about: Personality or the characteristics of something; Hobbies; Physical appearance and Preferences.

For example:
“What does the guest room look like?” = In this sentence, Like is used to ask about physical appearance of something.
“‘What would you like to buy, Sir?’ ‘I need to buy a fridge and microwave.'” = Like is used to ask about preferences.

Let’s revise this content within the [Form] section. Take a look at the [Example] section that shows its use within a context.