"Like" and "as" are often confused. They have specific uses but remembering where to use them can be tricky.
Let's start with like. Basically, "like" is used to express "the same way" and "similar to."
As is used to express "in the same condition" of something or "in the same way" of something or someone. It should be used before a subject + verb. An example of this would be if you have I + learned. We could then say "I will teach you to cook just as I learned it." This means that I will teach you to cook in the same manner that I learned it. We will then both cook either the same or similarly. Here are some more examples:
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