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Looking like in French 🇫🇷

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looking like ressemblant à
How to say “looking like” in French? “Ressemblant à”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ressemblant à” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on looking like in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to Remember:
– “Ressemblant à” can be translated into English as “looking like” or “resembling.”
– To remember the French word, you can think of the common English phrase “resembling” and associate it with “ressemblant à.”
– Interestingly, “ressembler à” is the infinitive form of the verb, but it is often used as an adjective phrase (ressemblant à) to describe the appearance of someone or something.

– “Ressemblant à” is a phrase that consists of the verb “ressembler” (to resemble) and the preposition “à” (to).
– It is used to express similarities or resemblances between objects, people, or ideas.
– The adjectival phrase “ressemblant à” agrees in gender and number with the noun it modifies.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Semblable à, similaire à, pareil à (all mean “similar to” or “like”).

– The verb “ressembler” is conjugated irregularly in the present tense:
– Je ressemble (I resemble)
– Tu ressembles (You resemble)
– Il/elle/on ressemble (He/she/one resembles)
– Nous ressemblons (We resemble)
– Vous ressemblez (You resemble)
– Ils/elles ressemblent (They resemble)

1. Cette robe est ressemblante à celle qu’elle portait hier. (This dress looks like the one she was wearing yesterday.)
2. Les deux frères se ressemblent énormément. (The two brothers look very much alike.)
3. Sa voix ressemble à celle d’un ange. (Her voice resembles that of an angel.)
4. Ces deux peintures sont ressemblantes par leur style. (These two paintings are similar in style.)

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