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Like & As

Like & As

We use as to talk about job or function. Most of the time, like compares two things. When we compare appearance or behaviour, we use like, not as.

1.His wife looks like a supermodel.

2.My cousin works as a translator.

3.They usually use the central station as a meeting point with groups of tourists.

4.We didn’t have time to change our clothes for the party, so we went as we were.

5.Tiramisu tastes like coffee.

6.Everyone says that he looks just like his father.

7.He is very respected as a professor and a researcher.

8.As a friend, I would like to give you some advice.

9.The goal is for every student to speak like a native.

10.She uses a room in her house as an office.

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