Translation:He looked like my mother, so I left him!
"il ressemblait" is given here, which is past tense and means "he looked like" or "he seemed like" or "he was like".
If we translate ressembler as " to look like", the present tense in English is "looks like". The continuous present "was looking like" would only be used to express changes, eg "He was looking like my mother more and more every day"
If you make a mistake, you get the question again. If you don't fix the mistake, you end up in a loop where you keep getting the same question...
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