Fill in the missing words:Joe
: Uhm, I really enjoy
, ehm, going for drives, uh, in like*
, where the Fall
is, or like*
up in the mountains.Interviewer
: Driving and walking... ?Joe
: Yeah. Hiking in the mountains, getting
* This Like = "Uhm"
. Joe (and all native speakers of English, in general) also use "like" as an interjection
, which simply shows hesitation
. It is similar to "uh", "eh", "er", or "uhm"
. Sorry about that! That's real English! Note that like has 46 different meanings according to Merriam Webster.