Look

Phrasal verbs lookPhrasal verbs look    We usually sometimes look back on our childhood as a golden age. I might look in on you on my way home.

I have never been able to do more than look on at when he was swimming. 

You shouldn’t think too much about past troubles, instead look to the future.

Please mention the children to look out when they are crossing the main street.

We are looking ahead at what might happen and be ready to handle it.

He was fired and now he is looking  for a new job.

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