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Nível Fluente › A Rose from Homer's Grave Part 2

  • At the end of this lesson you'll be able to:

    • Understand the different uses of "like" and "such as"
    • Use more literary terms
    • Understand different uses of the adjective "fair"

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SUCH AS X LIKE
Dialog: "Then footsteps approached, strangers, such as the rose had seen in her dream, came by..."

Both "like" and "such as" can mean "for example".

  • Some vegetables, like spinach and soybeans, are rich in calcium.
  • Some vegetables, such as spinach and soybeans, are rich in calcium.
  • A few employees from our department, like Derrick and Brenda, will be attending the conference in Las Vegas.
  • A few employees from our department, such as Derrick and Brenda, will be attending the conference in Las Vegas.

Dialog: "Like a mummy, the flower now rests in his "Iliad"...."

"Like", but not "such as", can mean "similar to", "the same as".

  • Rhonda has so much make-up on, she looks like a clown.
  • The raccoons got into our trash bins and spread the contents all over the back yard. It's like a trash dump out there!

 

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