“Look” là từ vựng rất phổ biến trong tiếng Anh, nhưng các bạn đã biết những cụm động từ đi với look được sử dụng như nào chưa?
Viện IBM sẽ giúp các bạn học các cụm động từ với “Look” đầy đủ nhất.
- Look after
To take care of someone or something
Example: I need to find someone who can look after my dogs this weekend while I’m on holiday.
2. Look ahead
To think about and plan the future
Let’s look ahead to next month’s projected sales figures.
In order to build a sustainable company, you need to form the habit of looking ahead.
3. Look around/round
Visit a place and see what is there
Do you want to have a look around/round town this afternoon?
I think we should spend some time this afternoon to look around Hue. We’re leaving tomorrow already.
4. Look at
To consider or examine something, usually before making a decision
Example: We will have to look at all the proposals before coming to any decision.
To read something quickly
Example: Can you have a look at the notes I gave you last week?
To confront or face something
Example: He is looking at a large fine if he doesn’t comply with the court order.
5. Look back
To think about something in the past
When I look back on my childhood, I realise how lucky I was to not have any responsibilities.
When Mary looked back on her childhood in the countryside, she was filled with a wave of nostalgia /nəˈstældʒə/.
6. Look down on
To consider someone inferior; to believe that you are better than someone else
Example: I hate the way that our boss looks down on us; she treats us as if we are less important than her.
7. Look for
Try to find or search for someone or something
Can you help me look for my keys? I seem to have mislaid them.
Hey dude, what are you looking for?
8. Look forward to
To be excited about something that will happen in the future
I am really looking forward to Christmas this year, as my family are coming to visit.
After a period of hard work to prepare for and take the first-semester exams, Loan is looking forward to the coming Tet Holiday with her family in Mui Ne.
9. Look in on
To visit someone for a short time
Look in on your grandmother on your way home to make sure she has everything she needs.
Philip, Josh is away for a business trip and his mother has just got sick recently. Wanna join me to look in on her mother?
10. Look into
To investigate or find out more about something
Example: I don’t have that information to hand but I will look into it and get back to you.
11. Look on
To watch an event or an activity without taking part in it or getting involved
I looked on as my friends danced around the room.
Bình Định is a place where you don’t have to worry about being mugged : people never just look on when someone is being attacked.
12. Look out
Warning someone to be careful or to be vigilant
Look out! There is broken glass on the floor!
Hey, look out! Lots of cars are coming.
13. Look out for something or someone
Be vigilant; try to notice something or keep an eye out for something or someone in particular
Example: Look out for hummingbirds in the garden, they are often seen here.
14. Look out for someone
Take care of someone, protect them and make sure they are alright
Example: I have always looked out for my little sister.
15. Look over
Check or revise something, usually quickly
Example: Can you look over my thesis and tell me what you think I need to improve?
16. Look to
To rely on someone or something for help or advice
Example: We have always looked to our mother for guidance.
17. Look through
Examine or read something, usually briefly
Example: Can you have a look through this report before I hand it to the boss please?
18. Look something up
To search for information
Example: We can look up the restaurant’s address on the internet.
19. Look someone up
Go to visit someone; find an old friend
Example: Look me up if you are ever in Ireland!
20. Look up to someone
To admire or respect someone
Example: I have always looked up to my father.
21. Look upon/on someone or something
To consider or regard someone or something in a particular way
Example: I have always looked upon/on my mother as a friend.
22. Look away
To turn your eyes away from someone or something that gives a bad feeling such as fear, shame, pain, disgust or embarrassment.
Example: I looked away as the doctor peeled the bandage off my arm.
23. To be looking up
Getting better or improving
Example:Our financial situation finally seems to be looking up.