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    #1

    Usage of "like" with "what" in the sentences.

    Are the following sentences same according to English Grammatical rules and meaning?

    1.What was your trip like?
    or
    2.How was your trip?

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    Re: Usage of "like" with "what" in the sentences.

    Yes, both sentences are fine and are asking the same thing.

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