Check out the exercises below using "look at".
For more about "look at", read the previous blog post, Phrasal Verb of the Week 4 - Look at
Fill in the blanks in the following conversations with the correct form of “look at”:
A: I got this letter from my bank, but it's in very difficult English.
B: What's it about?
A: I'm not sure. Something about updating my account.
B: Let me _______ it.
A: Thanks. I think it's important.
B: Sure. Let's see.
A: Is it serious?
B: No. Don't worry. It's just information about new types of bank accounts they are selling. It's not important.
A: Phew. That's a relief. I thought I had to close my account or something!
A: Hey, what’s this, sweetie?
B: It’s the gas bill, I think.
A: How much is it this time?
B: Don’t know. Haven’t _______ it yet.
A: We better pay it soon. It's written in red ink!
B: Ok. I'll pay it tomorrow.
A: Have you read the sales report this morning?
B: No, not yet. I’ll _______ it later. I’m so busy right now.
A: Our sales dropped again this month. If I were you, I'd read it quick. Diane is gonna call a meeting about it later today.
B: Really? Ok. I’ll _______ it right after this.
A: Mrs. Johnson. What did you think of my history essay?
B: Oh, I’m sorry, Jamie. I was ______ it last night, but I haven't finished reading it yet. Let's talk about it tomorrow, ok?
A: Ok. No problem. Sounds good.
A: Did you read about Donald Trump?
A: It's in all the papers.
B: Oh. I haven't had time to _______ the paper yet.
A: He thinks the US should block all muslims from entering the US.
B: Wow. The reaction to that is going to be fun to watch.
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