That seems like (something).

When you're having a conversation, it's good to respond to what the other person says. For example:

A: I'm going to Spain next weekend.

B: Cool. That seems exciting!

The phrase "That seems ___" is a useful way to comment on what someone has just said. You follow it with an adjective like "fun" or "difficult".

If you wan to use a noun instead of an adjective, change the phrase to "That seems like ___."

That seems like a lot of work.

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