5 English Phrasal Verbs with Look (video and exercise)
Learning English phrasal verbs is one of the most difficult, and most important, parts of learning English. Phrasal verbs are verbs made of two or more words, usually a verb and a preposition or a verb and an adverb.
Below you’ll find a video that include 5 common English phrasal verbs that use “look.” Watch the video, then see if you can answer the questions at the bottom.
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Fill the gaps with look for, look forward, look down on, look up, or look after. Use the correct tense. If you write your answers in comments, we will correct them.
- This weekend I am _____ ____ my 5-year-old nephew.
- We’re really _____ ____ to visiting Brazil someday.
- Some people ____ ____ on people that have less money than them.
- My wife has been _____ ___ her keys for an hour.
- I hope you’re _____ ____ to your next Skype English lesson.
- A lot of people ___ __ to President Obama.
- We’re trying to find someone to ____ ____ our cat while we’re gone.
- I try not to ____ ____ on people.
- Are you ____ ____ to your next English class?
- We are ____ __ a new place to live.