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Exercise "Phrasal verbs - To look", created by bernard02 (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 1 110 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 58 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): ploplo / SWITZERLAND, on Sunday 24 November - 21:09:
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Stats (1109 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 71.8 %
I'm really looking * to going on holiday to Paris this year because I haven't been there for two years.
Question 2 passed: 64.7 %
He's looking * for a new supplier because he's not satisfied with the one he's got at the moment.
Question 3 passed: 84.2 %
He loves looking * domestic animals which is why he has decided to become a vet when he is an adult.
Question 4 passed: 63.5 %
They have to look * to the time when their children will be old enough to live alone.
Question 5 passed: 64.7 %
In our family, my cousin is a very rich man, which is why he looks * on us. It's ridiculous!
Question 6 passed: 61.5 %
He didn't have time to read the hypermarket ads at that moment, he only looked them * very quickly.
Question 7 passed: 60.5 %
She was looking * to the exam and now she's happy because she has just passed it.
Question 8 passed: 72.3 %
Look *! The roads are probably icy and you could go into a skid on a patch of black ice. Moreover, it's still snowing a little.
Question 9 passed: 49.8 %
The police are looking * a burglary.
Question 10 passed: 60.3 %
I'm sure that your mother will be well looked * in this hospital.
Question 11 passed: 63 %
I've been looking * this book for four days but I haven't found it yet.
Question 12 passed: 61.4 %
When I was a child, I used to look * of the window in order to watch the birds in the garden.
Question 13 passed: 61.5 %
He is looking * all the statistical data again before leaving for the meeting where he has to make a speech.
Question 14 passed: 41.1 %
From the top of the cliff we can look * upon the whole city of Fécamp and its beach.
Question 15 passed: 47.4 %
I can't read an English text without having to look * some new words in a dictionary.
Question 16 passed: 33.3 %
I haven't time to sit down and have a drink today, but I'll look * on you again tomorrow.
Question 17 passed: 44.5 %
He looks * to all those foreign soldiers who came and died in France to restore our country's freedom.
Question 18 passed: 66 %
When I look at your daughter, I notice that she looks a lot * you; she's got the same face.
Question 19 passed: 49.8 %
Peter's got some problems at the moment, which is why he's looking * us, his friends.
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