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Four common phrasal verbs with look

look after
look for 
look out 
look up

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Phrasal verbs are tough to learn. There are so many of them! And phrasal verbs can also be confusing – from just one verb we often have several phrasal verbs, all with different meanings. Take put as an example – there’s put up, put off, put out . . . and many, many more. I’ve chosen phrasal verbs with look for this post. But instead of giving you a long list, I’ll explain four of the most common. Here they are: look after look for look out loo...
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Phrasal verbs – quick quiz (upper-inter, advanced level)

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Test yourself on these phrasal verbs:
clear up | come up with | drop off | let down | point out

Don't forget to tell us your score!

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Phrasal verb: Make up

to be friends again after a fight or argument


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Phrasal verb: Tear up

to tear paper into a lot of small pieces
He tore the letter up and threw it in the bin.

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