Like as a verb is used to talk about things we enjoy and take pleasure in.
Like can be used as a verb or preposition to ask questions.
- Personality or the characteristics of something
- What is the microwave like?
- What was the building like?
- What do you like doing in the house?
- What does your mother like doing in her leisure?
- Physical appearance
- What does detached house look like?
- What does the corridor look like?
- What would you like to do this thursday?
- What would you like to eat?
Like can be used to ask questions about:
- Personality or the characteristics of something;
- Physical appearance;
Like can be used to ask questions about: Personality or the characteristics of something; Hobbies; Physical appearance and preferences.
— “What does the guest room look like?” = In this sentence, like is used to ask about physical appearance of something.
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