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    Post 'Jenny is like her mother' means?

    Dear friends,

    'Jenny is like her mother', does it refer to jenny's 'appreance' or 'personality' that is like her mother?

    Thank you!

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    Re: 'Jenny is like her mother' means?

    Quote Originally Posted by Heidi View Post
    'Jenny is like her mother', does it refer to Jenny's 'appearance' or 'personality' that is like her mother's?
    It's probably her personality, though more context would make this clear. If it's her appearance, we say that she looks like her mother.

    For both personality and appearance, we can say that she takes after her mother.

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