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Phrasal Verbs Quiz: Look

Try this fun quiz to check your understanding of English phrasal verbs. To learn more about an individual phrasal verb, click on the "more about this phrasal verb" link.

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1. look after

My friend has asked me to look after his dog because
  1. he can't find it
  2. he's going away for a few days
  3. his dog can be dangerous
more about this phrasal verb: look after

2. look at (1)

When you're doing an exam, you shouldn't look at
  1. your exam booklet
  2. your teacher
  3. somebody else's answers
more about this phrasal verb: look at (1)

3. look at (2)

Now that she's graduated from secondary school, Nicole is looking at
  1. studying in university
  2. Italian shoes
  3. fashion magazines
more about this phrasal verb: look at (2)

4. look down on

Lady Crawford and her friends are in the habit of looking down on people who are
  1. wealthier than they are
  2. taller than they are
  3. less-educated than they are
more about this phrasal verb: look down on

5. look for

Mustafa is looking for his brother because
  1. his brother is very busy now
  2. he doesn't want to see him
  3. he needs to talk to him
more about this phrasal verb: look for

6. look forward to

My son Lucas is looking forward to
  1. going to the dentist
  2. his birthday party
  3. being punished by his teacher
more about this phrasal verb: look forward to

7. look into

I told my lawyer about how the hospital had overcharged me, and he said he'd look into
  1. my money
  2. my doctor
  3. my case
more about this phrasal verb: look into

8. look up (1)

In which book could you look up the names and dates of all the dynasties in Chinese history?
  1. a Chinese business directory
  2. a Chinese phone book
  3. an encyclopedia
more about this phrasal verb: look up (1)

9. look up (2)

Our team lost its first two games, but things are looking up after yesterday's game when they
  1. didn't try hard
  2. beat a top team
  3. were easily beaten
more about this phrasal verb: look up (2)

10. look up to

Parents teach their children to look up to
  1. very tall people
  2. their teachers
  3. the sky
more about this phrasal verb: look up to

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