262 – Using As If & Like – English Phrase Lesson

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as if like english lesson

We use as if and like to describe how things are or seem to be. For today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at using these phrases in everyday English.

Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or the check the transcript for the details:

Using as if:

  • Brad looks as if he’s been out in the cold too long.
  • Jane sounded as if she’s angry with us.
  • I feel as if I’m catching a cold. I need to go to bed early tonight.
  • The kitchen smells as if someone cooked.
  • You’d better bring an umbrella. It seems as if it’s going to rain.

Using like:

  • Brad looks like he’s been out in the cold too long.
  • Jane sounded like she’s angry with us.
  • I feel like I’m catching a cold. I need to go to bed early tonight.
  • The kitchen smells like someone cooked.
  • You’d better bring an umbrella. It seems like it’s going to rain.

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