Like is a verb, but is also a preposition (前置詞).
Everyone knows how to use the verb.
Q: Do you like chocolate? (like = verb)
Yes, I do.
It is also a preposition (前置詞). Let’s practice using the preposition.
It is very useful, when we want to know about something new to us.
Q: What is …. Like? = Q: ….はどんな感じですか？
Q: What is Osaka like?
It is a big city.
The People are friendly.
The food is delicious
Q: What is your brother like?
He is friendly.
He is chubby.
A is like B = AはBと似ています
Kobe is like Yokohama.
Kobe is like Yokohama, but smaller.
Kobe is like a smaller Yokohama.
Navy blue is like dark blue.