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Phrasal Verb to look Учитель английского языка МБОУ СОШ №12 г.Волжский Малюгина Светлана Семёновна
посмотреть на… Don’t look at me so angrily! to look at…
to look for… искать … I am looking for my glasses and I can’t find them.
to look through просматривать (бегло) Look through the newspapers and tell me about the most important sports matches.
to look after присматривать, ухаживать Who looks after your cat when you go away?
to look up (in) посмотреть в каком-либо источнике If you don’t know the word, look it up in the dictionary.
Match the phrasal verbs and their definitions. to look at to look for to look through to look after to look up to find the information in a book, on a timetable or a map to try to find something that you have lost to read something quickly and briefly to take care of someone by helping them, giving them what they need, or keeping them safe to turn your eyes towards something, so that you can see it
Do ex. 8, p. 191 in your Student’s book and check yourself. at for after through up for after
Write for, up, at, after or through after the verb “to look” in each sentence. 1. He consulted his dictionary to look ... the meaning of the verb. 2.She looked … the clothing in her wardrobe but didn’t find her favourite blouse. 3. They looked … each other tenderly. 4. She is pretty to look … . 5. Who will look … the children? 6. He is looking … a job. 7. Don’t look … trouble!
Check yourself! up through at at after for for
Describe the picture using the phrasal verb “to look” My grandparents used to … … me when I was a small child.
Describe the picture using the phrasal verb “to look” She likes to … … stars at night.
Describe the picture using the phrasal verb “to look” My friend always … … the morning newspapers before going to work.
Describe the picture using the phrasal verb “to look” The detective is …ing … a criminal.
Describe the picture using the phrasal verb “to look” -I don’t know the word combination “common sense”. -… it … in the dictionary!
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