Como two different types?
Cómo and como? what is the difference? And when are they used?
Hi Star, welcome to the forum.
You'll have to look at the dictionary link for a full explanation of "como" because it can mean so many things.
When the word has an accent it is because it is used in a question, e.g., ¿Cómo estás?
¿ Cómo se dice delgado en japonés? se dice flacucho, je je.
Cómo has an accent mark, so it's for a question - How? and Como doesn't have a question mark, and so it means How.
Here's another link to a dictionary entry that gives many examples of how "como" can be used.
As you can see, the word "como" may be translated as like, such as, about, as soon as, etc.