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AS and LIKE
WE USE AS
 TO
I
 TO

WORK AS A TEACHER
SAY WHAT SOMEONE IS:
I’M TALKING TO YOU NOT AS YOUR FATHER
BUT AS A FRIEND.
 TO

EXPRESS SOMEONE’S JOB:
SAY WHAT FUNCTION SOMETHING HAS:
I USE FACEBOOK AS A WAY TO KEEP IN
TOUCH WITH OLD FRIENDS FROM
UNIVERSITY.
WE USE AS:
 MEANING
“THE SAME AS BEFORE” WHEN
USED BEFORE A SUBJECT + VERB (OR PAST
PARTICIPLE)

IT ALL HAPPENED AS I HAD SAID IT WOULD.
WE USE AS:
 MEANING


“BECAUSE”:
AS WE ARE ALL VERY TIRED, WE’LL CONTINUE
WITH THIS TOMORROW.
BEFORE CERTAIN VEBS SUCH AS DESCRIBE,
REGARD OR CONSIDER:

IT IS CONSIDERED AS THE BEST FILM EVER.
WE USE AS:
 TO

MAKE COMPARISONS:
HE IS AS TALL AS HIS FATHER.
 WITH

THE SAME … AS:
WE WENT TO EXACTLY THE SAME PLACES AS
YOU.
WE USE AS:
 IN



THE PHRASES:
AS FAR AS I KNOW …
AS FAR AS I’M CONCERNED …
AS FAR AS I CAN SEE/TELL …
WE USE AS:
 TO

MEAN FOR EXAMPLE:
HE HAS BEEN TO MANY EUROPEAN
COUNTRIES SUCH AS ITALY, FRANCE,
PORTUGAL …
WE USE LIKE:
 TO
MEAN FOR EXAMPLE:
 HE
ENJOYS DESSERTS LIKE BROWNIES,
CHEESECAKE, AND MACAROONS.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LIKE AND
SUCH AS:
 SUCH
AS IMPLIES INCLUSION:
 HE
HAS BEEN TO MANY EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
SUCH AS ITALY, FRANCE, PORTUGAL …
 SUCH AS = INCLUDING
 LIKE


IMPLIES COMPARISON:
HE ENJOYS DESSERTS LIKE BROWNIES,
CHEESECAKE, AND MACAROONS.
LIKE = SIMILAR TO …
WE USE LIKE:
 TO
MEAN SIMILAR TO AFTER THE VERBS BE,
SEEM, FEEL, LOOK, SOUND, SMELL, AND
TASTE:


IT FEELS LIKE VELVET BUT I’M NOT SURE IF IT IS
OR NOT.
IT SMELLS LIKE GARLIC IN HERE. HAVE YOU
BEEN COOKING?
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