Yuuichi Tam
Can I say "He looks running" and " He looks run"? I want to say "He looks like he is running". Can I say "He looks running"? And Can I say "he looks run"? What's the difference? And I wan to say " He looked like he was beaten". Can I say "He looked beaten"
Nov 23, 2016 5:22 PM
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what I think that we should say " He looks like" then add whatever we want. look at this example: He looks like he's running away from himself. and let's wait for someone who could give us another answer:)
November 23, 2016
You can not say "he looks running" or "he looks run", neither are correct. Technically you could say, "He looked beaten", but I am not sure it would mean what you are trying to express.
November 23, 2016
1) No. You can only say "He looks like he is running." 2) Yes, that is fine- assuming that, by beaten, you mean that he looked as though he had lost a race.
November 23, 2016
November 24, 2016
Thank you for your helpful comment.
November 23, 2016
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Yuuichi Tam
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