Sensory evidential

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.

● Other possibilities:

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.