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Should I say "The sky looks as evening" or "The sky looks like evening" ?
What is the difference between "as" and "like" ?
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Yes, it is like the context you gave. I think "as" and "like" have different function although they seem to be the same.
Look at the sky. It looks like it does in the evening.
Look at the sky. It looks like evening.
Look at the sky. It looks like an evening sky.
The sky looks like it does in the evening.