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Pronunciation of Like That: Learn how to pronounce Like That in English correctly

Learn how to say Like That correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word that:

1used to identify a specific person or thing observed or heard by the speaker:
that’s his wife over there
hello, is that Ben?
referring to the more distant of two things near to the speaker (the other, if specified, being identified by ‘this’):
this is stronger than that
2referring to a specific thing previously mentioned, known, or understood:
that’s a good idea
what are we going to do about that?
3 [often with clause] used in singling out someone or something and ascribing a distinctive feature to them:
it is part of human nature to be attracted to that which is aesthetically pleasing
his appearance was that of someone used to sleeping on the streets
4 informal, chiefly British expressing strong agreement with a description just given:
‘He’s a fussy man.’ ‘He is that.’
5 (plural that) [relative pronoun] used to introduce a defining clause, especially one essential to identification:
instead of ‘which’, ‘who’, or ‘whom’:
the woman that owns the place
instead of ‘when’ after an expression of time:
the year that Anna was born
determiner (plural those /ðəʊz/)
1used to identify a specific person or thing observed or heard by the speaker:
look at that chap there
how much are those brushes?
referring to the more distant of two things near to the speaker (the other, if specified, being identified by ‘this’).
2referring to a specific thing previously mentioned, known, or understood:
he lived in Mysore at that time
seven people died in that incident
3 [usually with clause] used in singling out someone or something and ascribing a distinctive feature to them:
I have always envied those people who make their own bread
4referring to a specific person or thing assumed as understood or familiar to the person being addressed:
where is that son of yours?
I let him spend all that money on me
Dad got that hunted look
adverb
[as submodifier]
to such a degree; so:
I wouldn’t go that far
used with a gesture to indicate size:
it was that big, perhaps even bigger
informal very:
I couldn’t get out of the house fast enough, I was that embarrassed!
conjunction
1introducing a subordinate clause expressing a statement or hypothesis:
she said that she was satisfied
it is possible that we have misunderstood
expressing a reason or cause:
he seemed pleased that I wanted to continue
expressing a result:
she was so tired that she couldn’t think
[usually with modal] expressing a purpose, hope, or intention:
we pray that the coming year may be a year of peace
I eat that I may live
2 [usually with modal] literary expressing a wish or regret:
oh that he could be restored to health
Phrases

and all that (or and that)
informal and that sort of thing; and so on:
other people depend on them for food and clothing and all that
be all that
see all.
at that
see at1.
like that
1of that nature or in that manner:
we need more people like that
don’t talk like that
2 informal with no preparation or introduction; instantly or effortlessly:
he can’t just leave like that
not all that ——
not very ——:
it wasn’t all that long ago
that is (or that is to say)
used to introduce or follow a clarification, interpretation, or correction of something already said:
androcentric—that is to say, male-dominated—concepts
He was a long-haired kid with freckles. Last time I saw him, that is
that said
even so (introducing a concessive statement):
It’s just a gimmick. That said, I’d love to do it
that’s it
see it1.
that’s that
there is nothing more to do or say about the matter.
—— that was
as the specified person or thing was formerly known:
General Dunstaple had married Miss Hughes that was
that will do
no more is needed or desirable.
Origin:

Old English thæt, nominative and accusative singular neuter of se ‘the’, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch dat and German das