I look after my neighbour's cat, Mr Socks.

Watch the video below and decide which of the phrasal verbs mentioned will be most useful for you

Now test your knowledge of phrasal verbs with look by deciding if these sentences are RIGHT or WRONG.

Look out there is some dog poo!

Right - "Look out" here means be careful

I need to look into the dictionary.

Wrong - "look into" means investigate.

I need to look up the word in the dictionary.


He is always looking down on his friends.


He didn't look back on his book.

Wrong - "look back" means to remember

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