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Hi teachers,

1. Looks like she's upset

Is it "It looks like" or "She looks like she's upset"?

2. She looks like she's going to faint.

Is it normal to say It looks like she's going to faint?

3. Is there a difference between the two usage?

Thanks

TN

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tinanam01021. Looks like she's upsetIs it "It looks like" or "She looks like she's upset"?

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tinanam01022. She looks like she's going to faint.Is it normal to say It looks like she's going to faint?

One is no less normal than the other.

tinanam01023. Is there a difference between the two usage?

"Is there a difference between the two uses?"

Yes. If she looks like she's going to faint, you can see that she has gone pale and her eyes are rolling. If it looks like she is going to faint, you expect her to faint whether you can see her well or not.