Look Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Look V1 V2 V3

Look Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Look V1 V2 V3



  • Direct one’s gaze toward someone or something or in a specified direction.(verb)
  • Think of or regard in a specified way.(verb)
  • Have the appearance or give the impression of being.(verb)
Verb(V1)Past Tense(V2)Past Participle(V3)
Verb – es(Ves)Verb – ing(Ving)

glance, gaze, stare, gape, peer, fix one’s gaze, focus, regard, consider, think of, deem, judge, count, see, view, take, reckon, believe to be, seem, seem to be, appear, appear to be, have the air of being, have the appearance of being, give the impression of being, give every appearance of being, give every indication of being, look to be, present as being, strike someone as being, turn to, resort to, have recourse to, fall back on, avail oneself of, make use of, glance, observation, view, examination, study, inspection, scan, survey, sight, peep, peek, glimpse, gaze, stare, gape, ogle, appearance, air, aspect, bearing, cast, manner, mien, demeanour, features, semblance, guise, facade, impression, effect,

Example Sentences with look
  • They need to look ahead to make a decision for their company.
  • Frank still doesn’t look very happy.
  • It is a narrow mind which cannot look at a subject from various points of view.
  • It looks like your hard disk is fragmented.
  • Look! That phone is mine. You can’t look without permission.
  • The girl whose bag is red is looking for you.
  • You look bad too.
  • Please, look at the blackboard.
  • Alex looked at his watch.
  • That man is not the person you are looking for.
  • If I didn’t have to stay home to look after the children, I would come to the theatre.
  • I should be able to look after that for you.
  • It looks like you’ve put a lot of work into this.
  • The president has promised to look into the case.
  • The car looked good; moreover, the price was right.
  • He looked down at the valley below.
  • I am way cooler and smarter than her new boyfriend. Probably she was looking for a puppet.
  • The teacher looked very happy.
  • Your wedding plans sound nice. I’m looking forward to it!
  • You look exhausted after studying all night long.
  • Alex wished he hadn’t looked.
  • What did Samuel look like?
  • When I look back I can see where we went wrong.
  • You’ll look in and say hello when you have time.
  • We all looked out the window.
  • He looked through his notes before the lecture.
  • looked through Mary’s wallet.
  • The past is past. Let us look ahead.
  • He’s not competent to look after young children.
  • I will spend all day looking round the city.
  • He had worked hard and was looking forward to his retirement.
  • You must look for hotels elsewhere.
  • He looked well.