6 English Phrasal Verbs With “Look” – English Lesson

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Phrasal Verb: Look Like

Meaning: To resemble.

  • Jack looks like his father.
  • My friend Jim looks just like his dog!.

Phrasal Verb: Look Out For

Meaning: To be vigilant and take notice.

  • Look out for the postman. I am expecting a package.
  • You must look out for potholes in the road when you drive.

Phrasal Verb: Look Into

Meaning: To check or investigate

  • I need to look into a problem I have with my car.
  • There are some missing sales notes. Can you look into this report for me?

Phrasal Verb: Look forward to

Meaning: To happily anticipate a future event.

  • We are looking forward to the spring coming!
  • I’m looking forward to relaxing on the weekend.

Phrasal Verb: Look for

Meaning: To search for

  • I was looking for Jim at the station, but I couldn’t find him.
  • I’m looking for my keys.

 

>Phrasal Verb: Look down on

Meaning: To view someone/something disparagingly

  • The rich family looks down on their daughter’s boyfriend because he is not so rich.
  • It’s not good to look down on people.

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