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Like

LIKE can be use:

As a Verb: "to like"

The verb to like is used to talk about tastes, what we enjoy or prefer.

Examples:
What sport does your grandpa like? He likes playing dominos with his friends.

What's your mother’s favourite meal? She really likes Turkish food.

As a Preposition "look + like"

Look like is used to ask for and give an opinion about appearance.

Examples:
What does Mark look like?

He is tall, dark and good looking. He looks like his uncle Ian.

As a Preposition "be + like"
Be like is used to ask for and give a general description. (Personality)

Examples:
What is Sarah like?
She is creative, intelligent and sociable. She is a good friend.

What is Tom like?
He is easy-going, organized and a little lazy. He is a great cousin.

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Common Questions
What do you like? - Your hobbies, tastes
What do you look like? - Your physical appearance
What are you like? - Your personality