Grammar Patterns

V like n

V like n

The verb is followed by a prepositional phrase which consists of like and a noun group.This pattern has two main structures:
    Structure I: Verb with prepositional Complement
    She looked like Alex.
    Structure II: Verb with Adjunct
    You're acting like a fool.
Structure I: Verb with prepositional ComplementStructure II: Verb with AdjunctOther structures

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