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I’m reading a book called Born to fight by mark hunt.

"Samoa is made up of a series of islands, which lie about 3000 northeast of New Zealand.
The place looks like you’d expect a pacific island to look - blue seas, green hills and yellow sand - populated by 200,000 or so locals."

Q1. you’d =you would?
Q2. I don’t understand "to look".
Is this a adjectival usage? Like, I went to the pacific island to look blue sea.

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I’m reading a book called Born to fight by mark hunt.

"Samoa is made up of a series of islands, which lie about 3000 northeast of New Zealand.
The place looks like you’d expect a pacific island to look - blue seas, green hills and yellow sand - populated by 200,000 or so locals."

Q1. you’d =you would?
Q2. I don’t understand "to look".  
Is this a  adjectival usage?  Like, I went to the pacific island to look blue sea.
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