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18 How to use ‘like’ in 2 different meanings

This new episode of ‘Figure Out English’ podcast will teach you how to use ‘like’ in 2 different meanings.

I guess you have already seen ‘like’ being used not as a verb but as a preposition in phrases ‘look like’ or ‘be like’. Let’s figure these phrases together.

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