In the GMAT SC books it is made clear that "like" cannot be used to introduce an example, as "such as" or "for instance" must be used instead.
Well, there is a problem with the TOEFL, well at least with one of the free official CAT I have just taken. In the third listening example, I hear "let me take an example, like water". Boom!
What the hell is that? TOEFL is supposed to assess our english ability and yet the official training material itself makes such errors.
Help! There is no way I will take a test that uses wrong English.