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Englishpractice.com (http://www.englishpractice.com) clearly explained the difference between see, watch, and look by stating the following:
- See is the ordinary verb to say that something ‘comes to our eyes’. It doesn’t necessarily mean that we are paying attention.
- When we look at something we are trying to see what it is – we are paying attention.
- Watch has more or less the same meaning as look. We usually use watch to talk about looking at events that change or develop.
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