Phrasal verbs with look
Put these verbs in the correct sentence, conjugated as necessary. You may want to look these words up in a dictionary, as they may have secondary meanings! (Just like in that sentence: “look up” isn’t just “turn your eyes to the sky”, it’s also “find information in a reference book”!)
Look after – Look back – Look for – Look forward to -Look in – Look on – Look out – Look over
- James, ___! You’re about to step in something!
- I wanted to ____ the box, but Roger told me I had to wait.
- The kids played in the park while their mother _____.
- I’ve been ___ my keys all day—have you seen them?
- I enjoy ____ other people’s kids, and they extra cash for babysitting is nice, too!
- We must always ____ to our past to remember where we come from, but we must also always look forward.
- Once you’ve _____ these papers, could you correct these ones?
- I’m really _____ the arrival of summer—do you think it will ever come?
- Look out
- Look in
- Look on
- Look for
- Look after
- Look back
- Look over
- Look forward to
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