- I usually prefer telling people that I'm angry with them because I don't like seem fake.
- I usually prefer telling people that I'm angry with them because I don't like look fake.
What of these two sentences sounds better or is the correct? And where can I use seem and look?
Look equals just that. How something looks (physical). " I look like Renaldo" " you look nothing like him!!!"
Seem is more of a word to show the appearance of someone/something. This could be feelings, a persons character, physical ideas (tall, short). With things we use this word if we aren't sure but have a good idea.
"this party seems boring" " I seem to have a cough" none of these are for sure or we would just say " this party is boring. " I have a couch"
In your example I would not use look much because being fake is a character trait, not physical. However if someone dressed up in strange clothes I could say " He looks like a clown, he looks so fake"