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Posted by rfvv on Thursday, December 2, 2010 at 3:41am.


1. What was her character?
2. What does she look like?
3. What's her personality?
4. What is she like?
5. What is she similar to?

-She was quiet and shy.

(Can all the sentences from #5 to #1 be the suitable questions for the answer?)



English - drwls, Thursday, December 2, 2010 at 6:18am
No. The verb tense must match the question. Only #1 is past tense, like the question

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1. What was her character?
2. What did she look like?
3. What was her personality like?
4. What was she like?
5. What was she similar to?

-She was quiet and shy.

(Thank you for your answer. How about the questions above? Are they thee same? They are in the past tense.)

  • English -

    These have to do with personality:
    What was her character?
    What was her personality like?
    What was she like?
    What was she similar to? (although I've never heard this phrasing before)

    This has to do with looks:
    What did she look like?

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