It looks very nice.
It looks fantastic.
It looks unreal.
It looks like that he likes you.
It looks so big.
The cake looks so big.
1. V-LINK You use 【look】 when describing the appearance of a person or thing or the impression that they give. 看上去
Sheila was looking miserable.
He looked as if he was going to smile.
2. V-LINK You use 【look】when indicating what you think will happen in the future or how a situation seems to you. 看起来
He had lots of time to think about the future, and it didn't look good.
1.PHRASE You use expressions such as 【by the look of him】 and 【by the looks of it】 when you want to indicate that you are giving an opinion based on the appearance of someone or something. 由表象 (来看)
He was not a well man by the look of him.
2. PHRASE If you 【don't like the look of 】something or someone, you feel that they may be dangerous or cause problems. 看出…危险或麻烦
I don't like the look of those clouds.
3. PHRASE If you ask what someone or something 【looks like】, you are asking for a description of them. (某人、某物的) 样子是