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Hello! I'm Sam from BBC Learning English
and in this episode, we're going to look at the
differences between 'see', 'watch' and 'look'.
All three are verbs
and all three involve using your eyes.
'See' can have many non-literal meanings,
but its basic meaning is
'to have the ability to use your eyes'.
I can't see anything!
Or it can mean
'to notice something with your eyes'.
Did you see the full moon last night?
It was huge!
To 'look' means
'to turn your eyes towards something
so that you can see it'.
They said that if I look carefully at the painting,
I can see a flower.
And 'watch'
is to 'look at something for a period of time'
- really looking carefully.
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See vs watch vs look

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eunice4u4u published on December 3, 2019
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