Look Around – Phrasal Verb English Lesson

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Look Around
Look around means to check many different places for something.

  • I want to buy a new camera so I was looking around at the different camera shops last weekend.
  • Lots of tourists visit Times Square and look around.
  • I like to go do antique shops just to look around.

Recently what were you looking around for?

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