When you make sentences with like, these can mean more than the fact that you enjoy or don’t enjoy something.
You can use “like” as a verb, preposition, conjunction, filler etc
|Preposition||That looks like my car|
|Conjunction||Like any good book will help you|
|Filler||She was like … crazy about him|
|Verb||I like sitting in the park|
Continue reading so you can learn more about the different type of sentences you can make with the word “like”
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Like: Uses and Examples
These are some of the several uses of the verb like:
Like means to enjoy something
- I like your new hairstyle
- I like the film you are watching
- I like your new YouTube channel
- I like cooking for my whole family
- She likes working out at night
Like can also work as preposition to mean that something is similar
- My brother is like my father
- That looks like my old car
- He seems like a very nice guy
- This cook tastes like Pepsi
- You look like my ex-wife
Like also can be used as a conjunction
- Like any good book will help you
- Like any police officer would help you
Like also works as a suffix
- That child-like mentality of your is not helping
- It is a cabbage-like vegetable
Like is also used as a Filler
- I was like … surprised by his actions
- This is like … the worst day of my life
- She was like … crazy about him
We can use like to bring attention to what we are going to say next
- There were like 5000 thousand people in my first concert
- There will be like 1000 new cases per day
We use like to ask for an example
- She did some horrible things to me?
- Like what?
- He took a few things from the store
- Like what?
We use like to ask about someone’s physical appearance and personality
- What’s she like?
- She is really friendly
- What’s he like?
- He is a very patient guy
- What does she look like?
- She looks beautiful, she has long straight hair
Sentences with Like: Simple Present
These are some sentences with Like and the Simple Present
- I like to play soccer
- I like to run
- She likes to watch TV
- She likes to watch Movies
- He likes dancing
- He likes singiing
- They like studying
- They like learning languages
These are some negative sentences using like and the simple present:
- I don’t like to play soccer
- I don’t like Podcasts
- She doesn’t like to eat vegetables
- She doesn’t like Tofu or Sushi
- He doesn’t like to go to the beach
- He doesn’t like training here
- They don’t like to go to school
- They don’t like to party on Saturdays
These are some questions in the simple present using the verb like
- Do you like to eat chicken?
- Do you like going to the gym?
- does she like doing exercises?
- does she like to play soccer with us
- Do they like coming to parties?
- Do they like going to concerts?
Sentences with like: Modal Would
These are some sentences with like and the modal would
- I would like to run more often
- I would like to learn how to dance
- She would like to Learn English
- She would like to speak in Portuguese
- He would like to spend more time with his kids
- He would like to move to another big city
- They would like to get better results
- They would like more European countries
These are some questions and answers with the phrase would like
- Would you like to come with me to the party?
- Yes, I would
- Would you like to watch a horror movie?
- No, I wouldn’t
- Would you like to learn another language?
- Yes, I would
- Where would you like to go?
- I would like to go to the Coldplay concert
- Where would you like to work in the future?
- I would like to work in a law office
- Who would you like to meet?
- I would like to meet Snoop Dogg
- What country would you like to visit?
- I would like to visit Sweden
I hope that you have found all the sentences with like that you were looking for
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