Is 'To Look' Separable or Inseparable? - Phrasal Verb Quiz

Quiz for Verb: 'To look'

Choose the correct definition for each phrasal verb...

'Look up' - Consult a reference work (dictionary, phonebook, etc.) for a specific piece of information.

'Look forward to' - Wait for or anticipate something pleasant

'Look up' - Find, trace an old friend

'Look to' - Expect, hope

'Look in on' - Visit briefly to see if everything's all right

'Look out for' - Keep alert and try to see

'Look out' - Be careful

'Look up' - Improve

'Look out for' - Take care of someone, make sure someone is cared for

'Look on as' - Consider, regard