English verbs PLUS preposition “at”

In English we use the preposition “at” with these verbs:
Look at
“Wow look at that! There is a bird inside the department store.”
Stare at
“My eyes are sore because I stare at a computer screen all day at work.”

“Oh my eyes hurt from staring at my computer! I work too hard!”

Laugh at
“When I dropped my soup at lunchtime everyone laughed at me!”
Shoot at
“I went hunting with my Dad one time. I shot at many birds but I didn’t hit any.”
Point (something) at
“When you use a spray can you should be careful to never point it at anyone’s face or eyes.”


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