She might be Spanish but he looks English
We use "look" and "look like" to talk about appearances.
"look" is followed by an adjective:
- She looks tired.
- You look wonderful tonight.
- He looks Italian.
"look like" is followed by a noun:
- She looks like a kind lady.
- I look like a gangster in this photo.
- He looks like a banker.
We can also use the modal verbs of probabilty: must, might, could and can't.
We use "must" if we feel sure we are right:
- He must be Spanish because he looks like a bullfighter.
- She must be at least 50.
- She could be from a Scandanavian country.
- She might be her sister. They look quite similar.
- He can't be 40 surely. He looks much younger.
- You can't be tired. You slept for 10 hours last night.