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Question 1: It is also used in the 1962 novel ________ by the narrator as part of his teenage slang.
1985 (Anthony Burgess novel)A Clockwork OrangeAnthony BurgessThe Wanting Seed

Question 2: It is also becoming more often used (Northern England and ________ in particular) at the end of a sentence, as an alternative to you know:
American EnglishEnglish languageMid Ulster EnglishHiberno-English

Question 3: The stereotyped "valley girl" language is an exaggeration of the variants of ________ spoken by younger generations.
West/Central Canadian EnglishCalifornia EnglishAmerican EnglishNorth American English regional phonology

Question 4: A common ________ spelling is loike.
African American Vernacular EnglishAfrican AmericanEye dialectJoel Chandler Harris

Question 5: Like is one of the words in the ________ that can introduce a simile (a stylistic device comparing two dissimilar ideas) as in, "He eats like a pig".
English languageAmerican EnglishSouth AfricaCanada

Question 6: In the ________, the word like has a very flexible range of uses, ranging from conventional to non-standard.
CanadaSouth AfricaEnglish languageAmerican English

Question 7: It can be used as a noun, verb, adverb, ________, preposition, particle, conjunction, hedge, interjection, and quotative.
Preposition and postpositionGerundPronounAdjective

Question 8: Like can be used to express a feeling of attraction between two people, weaker than ________ and distinct from it in important ways.
LoveChemical basis for loveLimerenceJealousy
















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