Today’s useful conversation phrase is: “You look...”
We use this expression to describe someone’s appearance. Use an adjective after “You look...” such as tired, happy, sleepy.
A. You look tired.
B. Yeah, I went to bed really late last night.
A. You look happy today. What happened?
B. I proposed to my girlfriend this weekend and she said, “yes.”
A funny and slightly rude expression we sometimes use with friends and family is:
“You look like you got hit by a truck.” We might say this to a friend or family member who has a hangover or is really sick.
A: You look like you got hit by a truck!
B; I was drinking with friends last night.
You look +形容詞で「～のように見える」という意味です。You look の後に文が続く時はYou look like +文になります。