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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #26928: Look at / out / after
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Prepositions [Change theme]
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    Look at / out / after


                                                                             LOOK


                                                            

     to look out                                                                        to look out 

    the horse looks out of the window                                        look out! there's a bus coming 

                                                                                              

                            to look back                                                                         to look down on

                                                                                        


                                                                                 

                        to look like                                            to look at                                     to look after 

          

                                                                                     

            to look up (in a dictionary)                   to look for                              to look through 

                                        

                                                                                               

                                            





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    1. What does woebegone mean ? Look it in the dictionary.

    2. The police are still looking the missing child.

    3. That photograph doesn't look my mother at all.

    4. Derek looks on anyone who is not well brought up.

    5. When I entered the room the baby looked me and smiled.

    6. People looked when they heard the loud noise behind them.

    7. Don't worry, I'll look the children while you are away.

    8. Your dress is dirty, I told you to look !

    9. Mary was looking the window when the accident happened.

    10. The astronomer is standing, looking his telescope.









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