Sentences with Like, Past and Past Participle Form Of Like V1 V2 V3
Meaning: 1. Having the same characteristics or qualities as; similar to.(preposition)
2. Used to draw attention to the nature of an action or event.(preposition)
3. Such as; for example.(preposition)
Sentences with Like
1.I hope Alex likes me.
2.What did Samuel look like?
3.You like pizza, don’t you?
4.I swore I’d never be like Mary.
5.My son likes dogs.
6.I’d like to ask you something.
7.I’d like to improve my French.
8.What would you like to be called?
9.Tell Frank I grew up in Madrid, just like he did.
10.We have some new products we’d like you to see.
11.You really like hard boiled eggs.
12.Excuse me, I would like to make a request.
13.It lights the room like the sun.
14.I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living.
15.I like to watch plants grow. It is interesting!
16.Most people like watching TV.
17.She felt like crying.
18.We danced like crazy last night.