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In a dictionary, I came across a sentence “his arms are like sticks”, which means he is very thin.
But in my option, it should be “His arms look like sticks” because of the difference between “be like” and “look like”.

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In a dictionary, I came across a sentence “his arms are like sticks”, which means he is very thin. 
But in my option, it should be “His arms look like sticks” because of the difference between “be like” and “look like”.
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