English Vocabulary - Look / See / Watch


English Vocabulary - Look / See / Watch



See / Look / Watch   are verbs that we use 

to talk about our sense of sight - using 

our eyes. But they have important 

differences in meaning.

See and look : use about short time 

Examples : 

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1- visual impression come to the eyes:

Can you see the fast car there ?


I see your amazing I pad .


2- to say you understand :


I see what you mean .

I can see that . 


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When you say look that mean we need to see 

a something like look a comment ...

but we need with look (at )

Look at 

Use look with an object, we say look + at + object,

Example :

Look at me !

She look at this photo 


I'm looking but i can't see anything 

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Use about longer time ( Tv ; a movie ; 

animal ..)

look for a time 

Example :


I watch a tv all the night .

last week i  stayed home and watched 

some films with my sister.
 

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