Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Look"

Look at me.
You look busy.
You look sick.
Look behind you.
You look stupid.
You look so pale.
Let's take a look.
Look at that smoke.
You look contented.
You look pale today.
Do you look your age?
Look at that picture.
Look at that building.
Look at that mountain.
You don't look so hot.
These pearls look real.
He doesn't look his age.
I like the way you look.
Take a look at this map.
Did he look like a doctor?
Don't look at me that way.
Don't look down on others.
I have to look for my pen.
I will look the other way.
May I look at your passport?
Look at the notes on page 10.
Please look after my luggage.
Who will look after the baby?
Who will look after your dog?
I look forward to my birthday.
Look at me when I talk to you!
You look just like your mother.
Are you happy with how you look?
Can you help look after the kids?
I promise you I'll look after you.
I'd like you to look after my dog.
Let me have a look at the picture.
She couldn't look him in the face.
I look forward to seeing you again.
Would you help me look for my keys?
You look nice with your hair short.
Look at the train crossing the bridge.
A look of contentment appeared on his face.
We shouldn't judge people by how they look.
Tom stopped to take a close look at the car.
You shouldn't judge others on how they look.
I'll look after my parents when they get old.
We must look after her children this evening.
Would you look after the place while I'm out?
Doing that sort of thing makes you look stupid.
How do you think you'd look wearing that dress?
Who will look after the baby while they're out?
Everywhere you look you can see children playing.
The pears we eat in Japan look almost like apples.
A lot of people look up to you. Don't let them down.
He took a look at the newspaper before going to bed.
They agreed to look into the causes of the accident.
Everywhere you look you can see young couples kissing.
I always have a look at the newspaper before breakfast.
I look forward to hearing your thoughts on this matter.
The detective promised to look into the matter right away.
Let's ask the neighbors to look after the dog while we're away.
Everywhere you look you can see damage caused by the earthquake.
If at all possible, you should go and look into the matter yourself.
They say that girls spend more time worrying about how they look than boys do.


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