What is the difference between look to and look at in sentences such as:
I looked at the girls
I looked to the girls
What is the difference between "after" and "afterwards"? Can they be used indistinctively?
Are these sentences right?
-I'm stressed for/about (?) the final exams
-Unfortunatelly, I had to repeat course for illness reasons
-One day of this summer we went to a friend's house.
-When I'm 20, I want to travel to other parts of the world
-I would like to be a little rich