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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #83713: Look at, look after and look for
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    Look at, look after and look for

    1/ Look at: point one's eyes at, or turn your eyes in a particular direction.

    E.g. *If you look carefully, you can just see our garden from here. 

            *Stop looking at me like that.

    2/Look after: take care of somebody or something or  be responsible for somebody or something.

    E.g. *She is going to look after their children while you're away.

           *I'm looking after her affairs while she is in hospital.

    3/Look for: try to find something or somebody (search).

    E.g.Are you still looking for a job?

    Exercise:  look for the right answer.

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    1. Can you help me my keys? I can't find them.

    2. Thanks for me when I was ill.

    3. Susan me and smiled. What was she thinking about?

    4. Don't worry about me, I can myself.

    5. Where has Sally been? We've been her.

    6. Jessica, the time, we're going to be late!

    7. I've lost my wallet; I am going to it.

    8. They each other and started laughing.

    9. Mary her child carefully so that he will be healthy and happy.

    10. Are they still a job? They have been unemployed for weeks!

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