Are these sentences correct and are they acceptable in formal English:
1-He sounds like you last night.
Meaning: He sounded the way you sounded last night.
2-He looks like me ten years ago.
Meaning: He looks like I did ten years ago.
But 5jj the action happened last night not now. There are two phrases. As far as I am concerned, the tenses must be used in the same in both phrases. If it is like "He sounds like you do" I of course wouldn't have any confusion. But there have been mentioned "last night". That's what makes me confused.
Last edited by UM Chakma; 22-Aug-2013 at 04:56. Reason: typo
I got. Can you just answer if my sentence is wrong(He sounded like you did last night)?
It is correct, but it does not mean the same as the original.