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    The word like.

    When can i use the word like?

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    Re: The word like.

    In what context?
    I'm not a teacher of English, but I have spoken it for (almost) all of my life....

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    Re: The word like.

    You need to capitalize the pronoun "I". Have you consulted dictionaries about "like"? They usually offer examples.

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    Re: The word like.

    Welcome to the forum, 8143.

    We probably use 'like' in the same way you use 'σαν'.

    Click here and bookmark that site for future reference.

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