Here today’s English point – Idioms with LOOK. I love helping you learn idioms because they make your English sound more natural and less textbook-ish. For today’s lesson, let’s look at 6 Idioms that use the verb LOOK. Let’s check it out!
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- The boss gave me a dirty look when I came late to work this morning.
- I’m going to leave the bar at 9 o’clock today because if I come home late again I’m sure my wife is going to give me a dirty look.
- When Jack told me that he was going to be dating one of his coworkers I told him that he was looking for trouble.
- You’re going to open up your phone and try to fix it by yourself? I think you’re looking for trouble.
- My coworker suggested that I tell the boss that his new hairpiece doesn’t look good, but I told her “don’t look at me”. I’m not going to break the news to him about that.
- Go bungee jumping? Don’t look at me!
- When I ask the boss if we were going to get a bonus this summer he didn’t say no but I think it looks bleak.
- I was hoping that my favorite team would win the game today but after the halfway point it just looked bleak.
- I found a box of floppy disks in my office and I looked high and low for the floppy disk drive but I couldn’t find it, so I guess I’ll never figure out what’s on those discs.
- I have looked high and low for my keys but I just can’t find them anywhere.
- Before the meeting the printer broke so I could only make three copies of the report. Since there are six of us we’ll have to look on with each other.
- Hey I forgot to bring my textbook today, so can I look on with you?
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