All these sentences contain the forms of the word “like”. Try to find their accurate meaning.
- I don´t feel like going out tonight.
- Would you like a cool drink?
- I like my children to walk home in a group; it is much safer than by themselves.
- What’s it like?
- He is tall and skinny, unlike his father who is short and fat.
- If you like, we can watch a video tonight.
- I think he is likely the winner. He is already ten points ahead.
- Fortunately, all our neighbours are very like-minded people.
- I find him a really likeable person.
10. Are you going to help him? – Not likely! He never helps anyone else.
- 11. I don’t think there’s any likelihood of him coming now.
- 12. There are so many wild animals there like rhinos, lions, giraffes, buffalos. It is fantastic!