Hi there! How’s everything going?
Do you want to know what the Phrasal Verb LOOK FOR means?
So let’s take a look:
The verb TO LOOK means “olhar“, “ver“, but when we add FOR to it, we have:
LOOK FOR = procurar, buscar
Here are some examples for you:
Look for the car keys, we have to leave now! (Procure as chaves do carro, nós temos que sair agora!)
Tell me what you are looking for and I’ll help you find it. (Diga-me o que você está procurando que eu te ajudo a achar.)
I’ve been looking for a job since January but I still haven’t found anything. (Eu tenho procurado por um emprego desde janeiro, mas ainda não achei nada.)
Hi Ted! Were you looking for me? (Oi Ted! Você estava me procurando?)
I’m looking for Brandon. Have you seen him? (Eu estou procurando o Brandon. Você o viu?)
Very easy, ain’t it?
Have a great day!