Phrasal verbs with the verb look – Exercise

Task No. 1185

Place the following prepositions in the gaps and form meaningful sentences. (after, back on, in, out, forward to, through, down on, up, at, round) 

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Phrasal Verbs

Welcome to your Phrasal verbs with the verb look – Exercise

1
John looked the window.
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look through = see beyond
2
Look ! We're going to crash!
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Look out = be careful, danger
3
Did the policeman look your driving licence?
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look at = examine
4
He looked from his computer when he heard her enter the room.
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look up = raise your head or eyes
5
We were looking trying to find a place to eat.
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look round = explore casually
6
We are looking meeting your friends.
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looking forward to = excited about something
7
What do you think of when you look your life grandad?
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look back on = think about the past
8
Leopold looks his children when his wife goes out.
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look after = keep safe
9
He looks people who don't have as much money as him.
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look down on = think you are better than someone
10
Look and say hello when you are next in town.
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Look in = visit for a short time