look to A for B
She usually looks to her parents for support.
You should look to your parents for help if you don't have enough money.
He looked to his best friend for advice when he needed a job.
A: Don't worry about the test. We can study together.
B: It's nice to know that I can look to you for help. Thanks!
neither A nor B
Neither I nor my brother is as tall as our father.
Neither I nor my sister is as beautiful as my mother.
She looked for her professor, but he was neither in his office nor in the classroom.
A: Neither Jim nor Amy are going to the movie.
B: I guess it's just the two of us then.
Excuse me. Could you point out a barbershop?
The waiter pointed out the chef's special on the menu.
He pointed out the places he visited on the map.
A: Wow! That girl is really ugly!
B: I should point out that she's my sister.
I had a feeling I'd run into you!
I often run into people I know at the bus stop.
While I was in Hollywood, I ran into a famous actor in the supermarket.
A: What took you so long at the store?
B: I ran into myoid elementary school teacher.
when it comes to
He doesn't know very much when it comes to mathematics.
When it comes to explaining difficult subjects, she is the best teacher.
He doesn't know very much when it comes to cars.
A: Can you help me install this computer program?
B: Sorry. When it comes to computers, I am a real dunce.