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1. I will bring you it.
2. I will bring it for you.
3. I will bring it you.

(Among the three is only #2 correct?)

4. He looks like a mad man.
5. That sounded like a lion.
6. He felt like a healthy man.
7. The fish smelled like a bad
vegetable.
8. The bread tasted like soap.

(Are the expressions from 4 to 8 correct?)

  • English -

    Yes only #2 is correct and the expressions from 4 to 8 are correct.

  • English -

    Number 1 is also correct.

    Michele is right about the others.

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