can be confusing in English.
Both like and as can be used to describe how similar things are.
- I'm like my mother.
- Like my mother, I have brown hair.
+ subject + verb.
However, in spoken English, like
is often used instead of as
. "She's a good student, like
her brother was before her."
I told you, the car was parked behind the house.
- like; to the same degree
- Leticia was tires as was her husband.
As used in expressions
- As in the 1980's, recession will be a big problem.
- as you know
- as you requested
- as we agreed.
We also use as
to give comparisons. For example, "He's as
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