Questions with prepositions

Who do these books belong to? Who is she going with?

What was he afraid of? What do you want to talk about?

Where are you from? Where do you come from?

Which hotel did they stay at? Which team does he play for?

In questions WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHICH prepositions usually go at the end.

What is it like? What’s it like?

What’s your new teacher like? – She is very good. We learn a lot.

What was the weather like? – It was lovely. It was sunny every day.

There’s a new cafe. What’s it like? – I don’t know. I haven’t been there.

LIKE is preposition. It’s not a verb. What’s it like = tell me about it, is it good or bad…

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