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All are OK? (you say it when you someone the first time) You're not at all like I expected. You don't look at all like I expected. (you say it when you someone again) You're not at all like you seemed at first. She's not at all like these girls. He's not at all like other children.
Feb 25, 2014 6:06 PM
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The meaning of these two differ from one another: "You're not at all like I expected." -- the difference could be cosmetic (looks, clothing, etc.), personality, or anything. "You don't look at all like I expected." -- the difference is cosmetic only (looks, clothing, etc.)
February 25, 2014
They're all fine.
February 25, 2014
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