This time in our structure help we talk about the difference between two prepositions, ‘like’ and ‘as’. Don’t confuse the verb ‘like’ with the preposition ‘like’. The verb ‘like’ is a regular verb, is very common and has a different meaning than the preposition ‘like’. The verb ‘like’ follows our normal sentence word order for verbs (subject + verb + object + place + time). Look at the diagram below to see the difference between these two prepositions, then try to write some examples for yourself.
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