Unit 8.1

Comparaciones con Like


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Introduction

Usamos el verbo like para expresar cosas que nos gustan y que disfrutamos.

Usamos la preposición like para hacer una comparación entre dos cosas o ideas similares o idénticas.

Form

Normalmente, una comparación con like tiene esta estructura:
First clause + like + noun/pronoun + …

Example

  • Your house looks like my mother’s house.
  • This boy cleans like a robot.
  • Those student apartments look like garbage.

Use

Usamos like para comparar dos cosas que son similares o idénticas.

Summary

Usamos la preposición like para hacer una comparación entre dos cosas o ideas similares o idénticas.

La estructure es:
First clause + like + noun/pronoun + …

Por ejemplo:
— «The kitchen smells like flowers.» = Like nos ayuda comparar el olor del kitchen y flowers.

Vamos a revisar este contenido dentro de la sección {Form}. Echa un vistazo a la sección {Example} que muestra su uso en contexto.

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