Answered By: Writing Center
Last Updated: Apr 25, 2015     Views: 0

Like which means similar to is always followed by a noun, pronoun or -ing form.

e.g.: He behaves like my father/him.

As which means in the same way is followed by a clause -subject + verb.

e.g.: Drive carefully as I showed you.

We can also say as usual/as always.

e.g.: He has worked as a doctor for many years.

Related Topics

    Contact Us

    The Learning Commons

    140 William T. Jerome Library
    Bowling Green State University
    Bowling Green, OH 43403
    Phone: 419-372-2823
    Fax: 419-372-2458
    tlc@bgsu.edu