Look + Adjective, Look Like + Noun

Again, we are going to solve or explain one grammar point that students of English as a Second Language or ESL have trouble understanding.

These two are not the same. 

Look + Adjective

Examples:

You look sick. Please take enough rest and eat more vegetables.

What’s the matter with Jack? He looks angry.

Don’t buy that dress. It looks shabby.

 

Look Like + Noun

Taylor Swift looks like a doll. She is very pretty. (Taylor Swift is a real human, she is not a doll, but she resembles a doll.)

The house is painted purple and light yellow. It looks like a cake.

Everybody wants to look like Emma Watson. She is very pretty!


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