il/elle a l'air de (t'aimer) : he, she, it seems, appears to (like you)
Il n'a pas l'air content He doesn't seem happy / He seems unhappy.
il/elle a l'air (d'un clown) : he, she looks like (a clown)
  • "Victor : Elle n’a pas l’air très profonde, cette piscine."
  • "Voici ses traits caractéristiques : il est gris, gros et a l’air très fâché."

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