She's very much like her mother.
Is Japanese food anything like Chinese?
I've got a sweater just like that.
Her hair was so soft it was like silk.
After the game, we had a barbecue and I met Theresa, a very good-looking girl who is interested in politics, just like me. (Preliminary English Test; B1; German)
I haven't met him - what's he like?
So what's your new dress like?
What is she like? (Preliminary English Test; B1; Lithuanian)
She looks best in bright colours, like red and pink.
We have visit[ed] beautiful places like Chile, Patagonia, Iguazu. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Korean)
That's just like Maisie to turn up half an hour late to her own party!
It's not like you to be so quiet - are you all right?
The band practised like mad before their first concert.
It was raining like mad, so we were wet to the skin. (First Certificate in English; B2; Danish)
We worked like crazy to get everything finished.
My heart was beating like crazy and when the ski-boat started its journey along the blue waves of the sea... (Certificate in Advanced English; C1; Greek)
It's raining like hell out there.
Soon it will be dark, and still pouring down like hell. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Korean)
He paid something like $2000 for his car.
He earns something like £100,000 a week or even more. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; German)
I like your new haircut.
Do you like fish?
I like it when a book is so good that you can't put it down.
I don't like upsetting people.
He's very well-liked at work.
He likes to spend his evenings in front of the television.
He likes his steak well-done.
I like reading and writing. (Skills for Life (Entry 1); A1; Polish)
I think I'd like the soup for my starter.
I'd like to go to Moscow.
I would like to say a big thankyou to everyone who's helped to make our wedding such a special occasion!
I'd like to book a seat for tonight's performance.
I would like to talk with people to practise my English. (Skills for Life (Entry 1); A1; Mandarin)
Would you like a drink?
Would you like to eat now?
Would you like to come? (Skills for Life (Entry 1); A1; Kurdish)
If you like, I could drive you there.
If you like, we can go to a night club. (Key English Test; A2; Portuguese)
It looks like I'm going to be in the office until late tonight.
It sounds to me like you ought to change jobs.
You look like you've just got out of bed!
She acts like she's stupid!
It [sound]s like your trousers are really pretty, I would like to see them soon. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Spanish)
What are your top five likes and dislikes?
The teacher asked about our families, friends, [and] likes and dislikes and [then] the lesson finished. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Spanish)