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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #76357: Phrasal verb Look
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Particles [Change theme]
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    Phrasal verb Look


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    1. Who will look the children while their mother is in hospital?

    2. Are you still looking a job?

    3. He doesn't like my way of looking things.

    4. I always look my notes a few hours before an examination.

    5. When he bought his Ferrari, he looked on all his friends.

    6. I'm looking to meeting you soon.

    7. You're rude! Look your manners, please!

    8. If you don't know the spelling of a word, look it in the dictionary!

    9. The police inspectors will have to look what happened to the corpse they've found.

    10. The house looks to a beautiful park.

    11. Let's look him next time we are in Paris!

    12. Look for snakes when you hike in this region!

    13. We must look this second-hand car before we decide to buy it.

    14. When I looked for him, he was leaving the room.

    15. Never look , keep going !

    16. Why don't you play tennis instead of just looking ?

    17. Look that mess! You'd better tidy your room.









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