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- How/What is it like? 1 answer
Be like or what is … like?
We can use be like to ask for a description of someone or something (e.g. their appearance, their character, their behaviour):
What’s your new apartment like? Not: How is your new apartment like?
What does "someone" mean? Is "a dog" belonged to someone or something?
Is "How is your dog like?" wrong?