lookis used in many ways in English. In this lesson, you’ll learn the different meanings that
lookcan have, as well as phrasal verbs that have the word
lookin them. You probably didn’t realize how this one word can express so many ideas! I’ll explain and give you examples of how these expressions are used. Want to unlock your conversational English? Look no further!
Ty kindly ms/Gill
Ty Kindly Mrs/Gill
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You`d better say: typo on my part …
What do u mean by typo??????????????
the mistake, misprint
what have u meant then?
Oh, Kotoz! My congratulations for being the first to comment!
I had written the message to you, but deleted it by accident. And didn`t notice that!
You are the winner of our competition! So, you need to name yourself somehow. The fish, the birf, the shark are occupied!
But how u can delete the comment!!!!
I think, I left the pade without clicking on submit button.
K i got it
Ur method is pretty nice Teacher
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HI Gill l have a question for you.
You give as example the house looks onto the sea, can we use the verb to seem instead of.
In this way “the house seems onto the sea.”
Hi fredojo — thanks for your question. No, in that context, ‘seems’ doesn’t make sense. To seem is to appear to be … not to look in a particular direction. I hope that makes sense :-)
great lesson thanks madam Gill
Wonderful lesson as ever! Thank you Gill…!!!
I tried to look up the phrasal verb “look onto” in Oxford Learner´s Diciotnaries, because I can´t understand your explanation of the verb “to look onto”. There isn ´t this phrasal verb neither in Macmillian Dictionary nor in Cambridge Dicionary, nor anywhere.
Does really exist the verb “to look onto” ?
Thank for your answer.
Have a nice day !
Hi Adrijana — I didn’t invent it, honestly! You could try googling it to find examples :-)
Come on Adrijana! “Look onto” is everywhere!! =D =D
Hallo blueapplee, no, it isn´t.
In oxford-learner-dictionaries – NO :
Im Macmillandicrionary it isn´t as well :
In Cambridge-dictionary it isn´t too :
Where everywhere is this this phrasal verb ?
Why being so sad?!
Look onto the windows. Is spring coming?
I feel uncomfortable while using “onto the window ”
You’ve changed your profile picture. What’s that?
Hello Nataanna. Yes, you’re right, spring or NOROUZ is so near.
No I’m not sad any more. I just feel in these days we are inactive. Did you see my suggestion in the previous video??? What is your idea?
Sorry, I didn`t see your suggestion. I`ve checked it.
Yes, we are inactive. We need something to prise oneselves. May be the winner should follow your proposal and tell us a story? Or may be just anecdote?
KotoZZZZZZZ?! We`re waiting for your story….
What happens in vegas stays in vegas
Hello again Nataanna. Thanks for your advice. I’ve read your reply in the previous lesson. That’s good. I agree. But I’m really willing to see some of your country’s sightseeing. Could you please introduce me a web site to become familiar with your sightseeing? Like me.
that was very hard for me …I got 30 :(
Thanks Gill, this lesson was great..
It was a good lesson. Thank you Mrs.Gill
Thanks for that lesson, I look up to u. You are a fabulous teacher.
Madam Gill this lesson was cool
thankyou for teaching it so greatly…
I’m “looking forward” for your next lesson!
Great lesson, Gill. You are very helpfu :) I also have a special request: a topic on compound words would be great. Thank you:)
Thanks so much, I’ve got 9 out of 10. :)
Thank you for the usefull lesson Jill!
Good day, Gill. It looks like you have sweet tooth, don’t you? You had that look on your face, as if someone would give you a huge delicious bar of chocolate for present! I can easily imagine you sitting at the round dinning table with a cup of white tea in front of you. Nice view!
Thank you for the lesson!
I liked the fourth and the fifth section of usage the verb to look, especially the sad one, about “loosing her looks”.. very useful.
A very good lesson. Thank you Jill
Thank you for this video Gill.
Your lessons are always good-looking and I am looking forward to seeing them. I look up to you like a English teacher and I am on the lookout for the next lesson.
Thanks so much
A very complete and remarkable lesson with a lot of vocabulary and phrases, it has been a long explanation of the very useful verb “to look” and its different meanings and forms. Using our eyes, appearing something, ten different phrasal verbs, like a noun and other uses with it. Thanks a lot, teacher Gill, as always a very interesting lesson.
My first pleasure of the day was to listen this useful lesson. Thank you Gill.
Thanks for next a great and an interesting lesson Gill. You are a nice and professional teacher. I have got 9/10 :) Regards
10/10 Thank you!
hi,how are you friend .
Hi Gill you are awesome as ever
Thank you again Gill. Your lesson is always helpful.
awesome explanation for this intresting lesson, i like it very much, great topic and i’ve acquired a lot of information, i lok up to you Gill , thank you.
my question is ( why always we find ‘ looking for’ and’ looking forward to’ in progressive form ? are there other forms can we use with them ?)
Hello Gill! That has been quite helpful, thank you.
Realy nice and useful
Iam new in your class
you are very good teacher and this lesson very helpful for me
Thanks Mrs Gill!Very helpful lesson.
these days a lot of change their picture’s profile,what’s the opportunity ?
To share something personal maybe
Y Nataanna or…..the season:)
Yes! It’s spring time! How lovely it is in Italy this days , isn’t it?
Today I have found the first violet on a dry stone wall! Smell of spring:)
Italy is always nice but you are right, in Spring it is a lovely garden.
Thank you so much☺
thank you for your wonderful lesson Gill
Pretty straightforward lesson, I definetely learned more about “look”. I’m looking forward to a new lesson.
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Thank you Gill! You teach in a very kind way..it makes learning English more enjoyable.
Well done, Gill. Thank you very much.
Thank you Gill
Your teaching is very appreciate.
Thank you Gill. Actually I’m on the lookout for a job. But there’s not many ones that pay a lot and easy to do for me ?
Anyway I’m looking forward to your next lesson. See you later :)
You are amazing teacher
Nice Lesson, Thanks!
Dear Mrs Gill, I am very grateful for your lesson about phrasal verbs with look. It’s a big problem for me to use these verbs fluently. I use rather “admire” than “look up to”. It’s the first verb coming in my mind and it’s too a word close to a french word. Unfortunatly, the english words close to french words haven’t always the same meaning.
Thanks to you I improve a lot my english.
Thank you very much for your awesome lessons.
Have a good day. Marie-Claude
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İt was so helpful, thank you:)
I got eight out of ten. Could you tell me the difference between “look for” and “look out”?
Hello CART! Thanks for your question. To look for … is to seek, search for something. To look out is either to look out of a window (etc) or if someone says ‘Look out!’ it means be careful, take care (eg when trying to cross a road, look out, there’s a car coming) :-)
thanks teachers its very helpful lesson
HI GILL. I enjoy this lesson that’s very useful. thank a lot.
I’m happy to study with you
Hi Gill ,I really appriciate for your lesson and I have a quesstion ,would you mind telling us the difference between struggle with &struggle against ? I confuse them.
i want learn inglish and I’m enjoying
Hello, Gill! You are a great teacher and your voice and accent penetrate my ears in a very pleasant way. All the day I feel like watching your videos!
I have one question: is it any difference between LOOK AROUND and LOOK ROUND? Thank you!!
Thanks so much, I’ve got 7 out of 10. :)
She’s very handsome and instructive !!
Hello Gill, I have a question, can we use : The house looks by the sea?
This is very useful. Thanks for teaching that for us.
İt was a good and usefull lesson. Thanks a lot…
Thanks Gill. 9/10
Is “look round”” similar to “look around”?
first of all i would like to thank you for your great lessons, second could you please make short film contain many look phrases
Hi Gill that’s an interesting details but I don’t really know how to differentiate this words in a sentence is any of them can use in the place of another LOOK APPEAR SEE
then clarification about use of look into, look for, look on to, and look back
I love your lessons and the way that you teach them.
Thank you so much for the classes. I really love it!
I didn’t know that ‘look’ can be used in so many ways until I saw this lesson. Very well explained. Thank you.
By the way, I would like to know what is the difference between ‘look’ and ‘see’
That’s a great lesson as usual. In my opinion, the verb “to look” is one of the most important words in English. It wouldn’t be an easy job to try to speak without it. Besides, we may use it in many different situations. Your video has helped us to use this verb more confidently.
Cheers! I am looking forward to seeing your next video! :)
Congratulations for me, I got 7! :)
thank you my lovely ms . gil
Thank you very much
Hi Gill, your lessons are very easy to understand.
So I thank you and all the staff of Engvid. good luck for your life.
After watching the this lesson I have a doubt:in my advice for my guests house I wrote:” This room overlooks the inner garden and goes to the terrace.”
Should I use ” this room looks onto the inner garden”?
Is there any lessons where about the use of ” onto” ? It’s a very strange word and I never use it.
Thank you :)
thanks gill i’ve got 8/10 :)
Thanks a lot, Gill! I appreciate your nice way of teaching very much! 10/10
Hi!! Thanks for the lesson. But I’m just wondering is there any difference between “Look round” and “Look around”?
Thank you for this interesting lesson. I’ll be on the lookout for the next one.
Thanks Gill, it was nice.
Thanks Jill 10 out of 10
Thank u Gill
Thank you Gill, It was a very useful class!
Thank you Ms. Gill.
Thank Gill. I like the way you explain and your pronunciation.