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See, look or watch?


Watch – to observe something carefully, usually at something which is moving.

Look – to observe something for a reason & with an intention.

See to notice something that comes into our sight that we weren’t looking for.

Let’s practice…

‘______ where you are going! You almost stepped on my foot!’

‘I _____ you driving to work today.’

‘_____ at the pictures I took on holiday.’

‘Did you _____ that bird? – I wasn’t ____-ing for it; it just appeared.

‘_____ at that strange man.’

‘______ TV’- the TV doesn’t move, but you ______ the moving images carefully.

Feel free to comment below with your answers…

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