In addition to the inferential form with ekan, there are constructions headed by the verb o'xsha- ('to look like')
used to express a rather weak assertion, based on indirect sensory evidence ('it looks / sounds / feels like').
Those constructions are formed by the participle (past, present-future or focal present) at the dative case, followed by the verb o'xsha-
at the third person singular, which can be in turn conjugated at any tense.
With the past participle (-GAN), to express that the state, action or event has occurred in the past relatively to the time of evidence:
Dars sahifasi bog'lanichi buzilganga o'xshaydi.
It looks like the link to the course is broken.
Frantsiya futboli inqiroz uchragan o'xshaydi.
It looks like French football is in crisis.
With the present-future participle (-A/YDIGAN), to express that the state, action or event is or will occur in the present or future relatively to the time of evidence:
Yomg'ir yog'adiganga o'xshaydi.
It looks like it will rain.
O'rtog'ingiz kelmaydiganga o'xshaydi.
It looks as if your comrade will not come.
With the focal present participle (-AYOTGAN), to express that the state, action or event is currently occurring at the time of evidence:
Sen unga achinayotganga o'xshaysan.
You seem to regret it.
U vaqtini bekorga ketgazayotganga o'xshaydi.
He feels like losing his time.
Omadim borga o'xshaydi.
(It looks like) I am lucky.
Kompaniyani boshqarmoqchiga o'xshaydi!
It looks like he intends to manage the company.
When the sensory evidence took place in the past, the verb o'xsha- is in the imperfect:
Tush ko'rayotganga o'xshar edi.
She was like having a dream.