23 Dec 2017
Question about English (UK)
I have come across these phrases "she doesn't look her age." Or "the garden looks a mess." I'm a bit confused because I thought always after the verb "look" follows adjectives when its meaning is the same as "seem". It would be wrong but I'd want to say "the garden looks like a mess." Could you please tell me any other phrases that apply "look + noun"? Sorry if my question is not clear. Thanks!
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