Phrasal Verbs with Look - Quiz for English Learners

Review and learn phrasal verbs with 'look' by choosing the right preposition

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1. We looked ______ a few houses before we bought this one.

2. We asked the teacher to look ___________ our essays for mistakes.

3. Could you look her telephone number ____ in the directory?

4. We are looking _________ to your visit in September.

5. Look ______ ! There's a car coming!

6. I'd like to look ________ the possibility of buying a new house.

7. She's looking _________ the children this weekend.

8. She is looking _______ a new place to live.

9. I need to look _____ your report. I'll get back to you tomorrow.

10. He looks ___ his best friend for advice on business deals.

11. Angie doesn't like to look _____ on her past. She keeps her on the future.

12. Feel free to look ______ the store. Let me know if you need any help.

13. Things seem to be looking _____ at long last.

14. Would you like to take a look _____ this model?

15. The police looked ______ the crime.

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You know a lot of phrasal verbs with 'look'. Congratulations! Remember that phrasal verbs can be transitive (take an object) or intransitive (not take an object) and separable and inseparable. Most phrasal verbs with 'look' are inseparable and many are intransitive. You can study more phrasal verbs with this reference list

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You understand a number of phrasal verbs with 'look', but there are certainly more that you can learn. Remember that phrasal verbs are separable when they separate to take an object or inseparable when they must stay together.

He looked the word up in the dictionary. = separable

I looked after her children last week. = inseparable. 

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 You'll need to study more phrasal verbs with 'look', but that's OK. In fact, there are thousands of phrasal verbs, so take your time! Remember that phrasal verbs can be separable or inseparable. Learn how to study phrasal verbs and continue learning.

He looked the word up in the dictionary. = separable

I looked after her children last week. = inseparable.