|Fill the gaps with the phrasal verbs above (remember! - in the correct form!)
1. Emily's 84 and she feels a bit lonely sometimes. However she's really __________ __________ __________
Saturday because her granddaughter Daisy is coming to stay.
2. Police are __________ __________ the disappearance of confidential files from the law firm.
3. Can I borrow your dictionary? I need to __________ __________ the meaning of "scapegoat".
4. Jack always __________ __________ Jill's cats when she goes away.
5. The weatherman warned drivers to __________ __________ __________ ice on the roads.
6. Heather's such a snob. She's always __________ __________ ___________ other people.
7. If you __________ __________ __________ somebody it means you respect and admire them.
8. Sorry I'm late. I was ___________ __________ somewhere to park.
STUDY TIP: Improve your knowledge of phrasal verbs by ....
1) Doing plenty of exercises,
2) Reading extensively (books and newspapers),
3) Watching lots of films with the subtitles in English, and
4) Noting the ones your English teacher uses.
And remember! Be patient! It's an area of English that takes a long time to master. Native English speakers never studied them, they learnt from life, from being exposed to them on a daily basis in conversation, in books, newspapers and on TV.
|PHRASAL VERBS with 'LOOK'|
|look after look down on look for look forward to
look into look out for look up look up to