1. This looks like a very old building.

Note: When used as a preposition, "like" means "similar to."

old building

 2. A racoon looks like a cross between a cat and a dog.


 3. He dresses like a gangster.

bad guy

4. When Vanessa sings, she sounds like Katy Perry.


5. Sue draws pictures like a five-year old child, but she’s an adult.

rhinocerous drawing

 6. He seems like kind of an odd kid.

customer in store

 7. This coffee tastes like crap.