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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #83398: Idioms
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    Idioms


    look after - to watch, to supervise, to protect


    look at - to watch / to give someone's attention


    look down on - to feel superior to


    look for - to search for, to try to find


    look forward to - to expect


    look into - to examine


    look like - to resemble a parent physically


    look on - to observe


    look out (for) - to be careful


    look out on - to overlook


    look up - to locate information in a dictionary


    look up to - to admire

    look over - to examine



    Fill in one of the following words in each space to complete the idioms:






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    1. He wants to look his homework again before he gives it to the teacher.

    2. Everyone looks the director because he is a kind and generous person.

    3. I have spent over an hour looking my key that I lost.

    4. I stayed with my son at his first hockey practice and looked as the coach worked.

    5. Lyne will look the baby while we go to the cinema.

    6. Peter looks his father, but he takes after his mother in personality.

    7. The police are looking the matter of the stolen cars.

    8. Miss Lopez told us to look the board and not at our books.

    9. 'Look !' Peter cried as his friend almost stepped in front of a bicycle.

    10. We're looking our vacation in Paris.









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