This text is taken from a children's reader. It's about some children who find a doll house that is an exact reproduction of their home.
Biff opened the little house. Everyone looked inside. "It looks like our house inside," said Biff.
A student of English as a Foreign Language asked me what part of speech the inside in "It looks like our house inside," is.
I answered that it was an adverb of place, but it strikes me that there's something wrong with this sentence. My intuition is that the problem is that look is a stative verb. Can anyone confirm this? Is there a rule in English grammar that adverbs of place cannot be added to stative verbs?