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Phrasal verbs starting with L English lesson

What will I learn from the English lesson phrasal verbs starting with L?

This lesson you will learn the meaning of some of the phrasal verbs beginning with L that you might not understand. The lesson is to be used to help you understand the meanings when you come across phrasal verbs you don't understand.

** Warning please don't try and memorise all of the phrasal verbs listed use as a reference when you need to understand what they mean**

Phrasal verbs beginning with L

land up:  He landed up living in a cardboard box under the bridge.

laugh at: What are you laughing at?

lavish on/upon: His parents lavish a lot of money and attention on his education.

lay off: Many people working in this factory were laid off without previous notice.

leave out: Prepare the list carefully, I don't want anyone to be left out.

let down: You let me down again, I can't trust you anymore.

let out: The classes finished earlier but we were not let out before 3 o'clock.

line-up: She lined up her books on the shelf.

Litter: His inaugural speech was littered with clichés and empty rhetoric.

log in / on: I can't log in, I forgot the password.

log out / off: Please log out and turn the computer off.

look after: We need to find someone to look after the kids when we're out tomorrow evening.

look around: Look around and check if you find something interesting for you.

look at: What are you looking at?

look back: When I look back, I must admit that I don't regret anything in my life.

look down on somebody: She looks down on people of lower financial status than hers.

look for: I'm looking for a room to rent. Do you know of any in this area?

look forward to: I'm looking forward to hearing from you soon.

look into: The police are looking into the cause of the accident.

look out: Look out!

look out: Look out for your bag or someone will steal it.

look through: She looked through the fashion magazines but found nothing interesting.

look up: Could someone look up this word in a dictionary?

loom ahead: I can't fully relax with my exams looming ahead.

loom up: The castle's gloomy silhouette loomed up in the horizon.

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