Like Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Like V1 V2 V3

Like Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Like V1 V2 V3



  • Having the same characteristics or qualities as; similar to.(preposition)
  • Used to draw attention to the nature of an action or event.(preposition)
  • Such as; for example.(preposition)
Verb(V1)Past Tense(V2)Past Participle(V3)
Verb – es(Ves)Verb – ing(Ving)

similar to, the same as, identical to, such as, for example, for instance, in particular, as, namely, viz., similar, much the same, more or less the same, not unlike, comparable, corresponding, correspondent, resembling, alike, approximating, analogous, parallel, equivalent, cognate, related, of a kind, akin, kindred,

Example Sentences with like
  • Although he liked to play the guitar, he did not want to play in the concert.
  • Would you like some juice?
  • I would like to have dinner.
  • Alex really likes Jessica, doesn’t he?
  • If I were a rich man, I would buy a home like palace.
  • Despite all his faults, everybody likes him.
  • In spite of all his faults, everybody likes him.
  • like animals, for example, cats and dogs.
  • I’d like your permission to use it.
  • Which subject do you like best?
  • It looks like your hard disk is fragmented.
  • I used to like playing both football and basketball when I was young.
  • like cooking new dishes and eating meat, but I don’t like washing dishes afterward.
  • Mary didn’t like either Madrid or Texas.
  • She usually eats at home, because she likes cooking.
  • I feel like I might throw up.
  • While I like pop music my husband hates it.
  • I don’t like to be pushed.
  • George likes photographing nature.
  • Would you like a little water?
  • It looks like you’ve put a lot of work into this.
  • What do you like moreover the apple?
  • He lives elsewhere and, moreover, I don’t feel like seeing him.
  • For example, do you like English?
  • The lazy, glasses and fat girl ran like a cheetah.
  • Children like to beat drums.
  • I’d like to go with you.
  • I wouldn’t like that either.
  • It doesn’t sound like much.
  • My teacher, who came to Spain in 2001, likes to ride her mountain bike.
  • I hope Alex likes me.
  • What did Samuel look like?
  • You like pizza, don’t you?
  • I swore I’d never be like Mary.