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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #90545: Phrasal verbs
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    Phrasal verbs

    Phrasal verbs:

    Ce sont des verbes suivis d'un adverbe ou d'une préposition.Le sens du verbe change selon le mot associé .


    look at = regarder
    Tu regardes constamment la pendule!

    You're always looking at the clock!

    look for = chercher
    Je cherche mes clés.

    I'm looking for my keys.

    look after = prendre soin de quelqu'un
    S'il te plaît, prends soin des enfants jusqu'à mon retour.

    Please, look after the children until I come back.

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    1. The little girl picks the flowers from the garden.
    2. Switch the TV. I want to watch my favourite programme.
    3. Let's walk the park and the hill. It's a beautiful day.
    4. The child takes his father.
    5. He walked the hill because the snow had made the roads too slippery.
    6. The rain put the fire .
    7. I don't know how the accident came !
    8. She hasn't got her illness yet.
    9. He is too late, I can't wait him to arrive any longer.
    10. We should bear him during this difficult period.

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