Look + Prepositions Exercise

Fill in the blanks using the words in the box below, then click the "Check" button to check your answers.
   after      around      away      down      for      into      out      over      through      up   
1. While you are hiking in the forest, you need to look for rattlesnakes. They are often lying on the trails.

2. If you don't know his phone number, you can look it in the phone book.

3. The police are going to look the recent robberies in the neighborhood. Hopefully, they will find the thief.

4. While he was looking the papers, he noticed a couple of spelling mistakes.

5. If you look the telescope, you can see the rings around Saturn.

6. Sandy is going to look the children while we are at the business dinner.

7. When there is an eclipse, you should look from the sun. Looking at the sun can sometimes damage your eyes.

8. I lost my keys. Can you help me look them?

9. The lost child stood there in the middle of the store looking trying to find his parents.

10. She always looks on people who don't agree with her. I think she is very arrogant.
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