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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #91706: To look + postpositions
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    1. Susan is the eldest, so she looks her younger sisters in her parents' absence.

    2. My chief is a detestable person; he likes to disparage his employees. I look him.

    3. Look that girl! She has the most beautiful legs I have ever seen.

    4. Susan and Maria are twins; nevertheless they don't look each other.

    5. In 1973, the price of a barrel of oil rose. As a consequence, oil shares were looking .

    6. Despite all her misfortune, she looks . She is very optimistic.

    7. Yesterday, Peter lost his keys. Despite spending three hours looking them, he didn't manage to find them. In the end, he had to call a locksmith.

    8. Barbara is very shy and when she speaks to strangers, she looks .

    9. She has been single for a long time and now she is looking to finding the ideal man.

    10. When you look at the clouds, you can often predict the weather.

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