Hello boys and girls! How are you this lovely Wednesday? Today we´re going to talk about phrasal verbs with LOOK. But, what´s a phrasal verb? What does the verb LOOK mean? Does the meaning of the verb change according to the preposition? If you don´t know the answer, you must read this post. Go on!
Phrasal verbs are very common in English, especially in informal contexts. But… What is a phrasal verb? Normally a phrasal verb is a combination of a verb and a preposition and has a meaning which is different from the original verb. That´s why sometimes they can be confusing.
In this post we´re going to talk about phrasal verbs with LOOK.
PHRASAL VERBS WITH LOOK
*LOOK INTO: investigate
*LOOK ROUND: look all parts of
*LOOK THROUGH: read quickly
*LOOK UP TO: admire
*LOOK DOWN ON: observe from high up
*LOOK OUT!: be careful!
*LOOK AHEAD: to think about the future
*LOOK FORWARD TO: to be excited about a future event.
*LOOK BACK: to think about something in the past.
*LOOK AFTER: to take care of someone.
*LOOK OVER: to examine something quickly.
*LOOK IN: to visit a person or a place for a short time.
Would you be able to name a few more?
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