To concentrate on seeing on thing
Past Participle form
I look at paintings really closely.
My friends always look at a map when we travel.
A: Every day I look out of the window and see the same thing.
B: What's that?
A: Another office.
I looked at the map and couldn't see where we were.
She looked like she was ill.
A: I looked at a few rings today.
B: Did you find one she would like?
A: No, and they are all very expensive.
What are you looking at?
He was looking at his watch when it happened.
A: What's she looking at?
B: I don't know.
A: Is it that man over there?
B: I still don't know.
I've looked everywhere but can't find them.
She hadn't look for very long when she found the key.
A: Have you looked in your car?
B: Yes, I've looked there and in your car.
A: Did you look on the table?
B: No, I haven't looked there.