Student or Learner
"The car was judged by appearance."
"The car was judged by appearances."
"The car was judged by look."
"The car was judged by looks."
The first two sentences are correct English. What about the last two?
Last edited by 5jj; 25-Jun-2012 at 08:42.
"When you become more experienced in cooking steaks, you'll be able to judge the doneness by look and feel. When you press the thickest part of the meat with your finger, this is what the meat will feel like-rare: meat feels soft and yielding; medium: slightly resistant; well-done: resistant."
So, the new article is not well written?
Last edited by 5jj; 25-Jun-2012 at 19:27.