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    Default to seem /to look like/to sound

    To seem, to look like and to sound like? Is there a difference among these verbs? Can I using them indifferently?

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    Default Re: to seem /to look like/to sound

    We can often use them interchangeably. If the source is visual or aural, then it might be better to use the relevant verb- it would be starnge to look at dark clouds and say that it sounds like rain.

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