English: Look at / Look for / Look after
Please put in the correct preposition after look
Everybody likes looking _____ you.
Could you please look _____ my dog while I’m away? I’d really appreciate it.
Are you still looking _____ your pen?
Everybody likes looking at you.
Could you please look after my dog while I’m away? I’d really appreciate it.
Are you still looking for your pen?
Explanation and extra examples
Look at: look in the direction of something or someone Mirar en la dirección de algo o alguien.
She sat down and looked at the pond. Ella se sentó y miró al estanque.
Look for: Try to find something or someone Intentar encontrar algo o a alguien.
They spent all the night looking for their friend. Ellos pasaron toda la noche buscando a su amigo.
Look after: Take care of something or someone. Cuidar de algo o alguien.
As her dog is ill, she has to stay at home looking after it. Como su perro está enfermo, tiene que quedarse en casa cuidándolo.