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‘Like’ as a Preposition--

Used in comparison--

“We were like brothers.”
“He behaved like a fool.”
“He did not want to be treated like a child.”
Used to describe the nature of an action--
“Why are you behaving like this?”
“I’m sorry for you disturbing you like this.”
Used to introduce examples--
“I studied authors like Shakespeare and Milton.”
“He watched many TV cartoons like Scooby-Doo, Garfield….”

Is the English here correct?

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