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Phrasal Verbs with Look

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In the English language, a phrasal verb is a verb combined with a preposition or an adverb.

e.g. Look + up/ to/ for/ about/ into etc.

Let's practice! What words do you need to complete the sentences below?

  • 1. I look ____ that winter with some regret.





  • 2. She has great respect for her colleagues, she doesn't really look ___ her boss.





  • 3. You're going to Paris? Look ___ my sister while you're there.





  • 4. The FAA is looking ___ the cause of the plane crash.





  • 5. I'm sorry to hear you lost your job. I hope things will look ____ for you soon.





  • 6. People shouldn't look ____ the government to solve all their problems.





  • 7. Look ___! You almost hit that lady!