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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #97552: Phrasal verbs - To look
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    1. I'm really looking to going on holiday to Paris this year because I haven't been there for two years.

    2. He's looking for a new supplier because he's not satisfied with the one he's got at the moment.

    3. He loves looking domestic animals which is why he has decided to become a vet when he is an adult.

    4. They have to look to the time when their children will be old enough to live alone.

    5. In our family, my cousin is a very rich man, which is why he looks on us. It's ridiculous!

    6. He didn't have time to read the hypermarket ads at that moment, he only looked them very quickly.

    7. She was looking to the exam and now she's happy because she has just passed it.

    8. 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.

    9. The police are looking a burglary.

    10. I'm sure that your mother will be well looked in this hospital.

    11. I've been looking this book for four days but I haven't found it yet.

    12. When I was a child, I used to look of the window in order to watch the birds in the garden.

    13. He is looking all the statistical data again before leaving for the meeting where he has to make a speech.

    14. From the top of the cliff we can look upon the whole city of Fécamp and its beach.

    15. I can't read an English text without having to look some new words in a dictionary.

    16. I haven't time to sit down and have a drink today, but I'll look on you again tomorrow.

    17. He looks to all those foreign soldiers who came and died in France to restore our country's freedom.

    18. When I look at your daughter, I notice that she looks a lot you; she's got the same face.

    19. Peter's got some problems at the moment, which is why he's looking us, his friends.

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