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There are all sorts of looking that takes place over a school day. Students look up when there is a loud noise, they look out of the window, and they look for their books when it’s time to change subjects.
Look can be used as both a verb and noun. The most common use of to look is the process of using the eyes to see something. However, there are several other common uses for to look.
Look can also be used as a noun. For example, a teacher may ask to take a look at a student’s assignment.
The word look is an Old English word lócian. The Spanish word for to look is mirar. Look and mirar are not cognates. However, some synonyms for look have Spanish cognates.