Phrasal verbs with look

Exercise created by Tereza Neves

Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Press the "Hint" button to get a free letter.
   after      back on      down on      forward to      into      like      out      over      through      up      up to   

Choose a preposition or adverb from the list above and form a phrasal verb that has a similar meaning to the verb in the left column. The first one has been done for you.

try to find
I think I lost my cell phone. I've looked for it everywhere and I can't find it.
to get information about
If you don't know what the word means, look it in a dicionary.
anticipate with pleasure
This is the best series on television. Everybody is looking the next episode.
admire and respect
As children, we all looked grandmother Ruth. She shaped our lives.
be careful
Look ! He has a gun!
take care of
Maggie looks the shop when her father is out.
investigate
Zoo officials don't know how the two lions escaped, but they are looking it.
consider less important
Our rich neighbors look everybody who has to work for a living.
examine
They looked the house and decided it was too small for their family.
remember
When he looked his years as a firefighter, Richard felt proud.
become better
Now that they both have jobs, things are looking for Kate and Jeremy.
locate and visit
Here's my address. Look me if you ever go to London.
search for among lots of things
We looked thousands of newspapers but we couldn't find that article.
resemble
Caroline looks her father. She has the same smile.


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