HAVE A LOOK
A very useful phrase that we can use in many different situations. It means to glance or to look at something or someone, especially in a quick, informal manner.
Can you have a look at that email before you leave?
I will have a look at that hair dryer and see if I can fix it, if you like.
If you don’t believe why don’t you have a look for yourself.
All of these expressions demonstrate the versatility of this phase.
LOOK YOUR BEST
When we have to make a speech or we are attending an important meeting or interview, it is always important to present ourselves in the best way possible.
We often can hear from our friends or family:
It’s important to look your best today. It’s a big day for you.
I really want to look my best for this dinner. Can you re-style my hair to give me a more modern look please?
LOOK WORSE FOR WEAR
This is usually used to describe when someone isn’t looking their best. In fact, they look a little ill or not themselves.
He had a few difficult days. The office party went on long into the night and on top of that he also had a party in the football club the day before. After 2 days of celebration he certainly was looking the worse for wear.
This is frequently used to describe how a man or woman appear to us. This English expression is used to describe their physical appearance. We use it when we want to describe a person who is physically attractive.
He is a very good looking man.
She is good looking, isn’t she?