Using Like, Be Like, Look Like, Would Like

This video helps English as a second language learners understand the differences among several expressions with "like", such as like, be like, look like, and would like. The explanation is clear and easy to understand. It also provides short exercises at the end for English learners to practice. Great lesson for teachers and students alike.

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