LS Refresher 34: Difference Between See, Watch and Look

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Do you sometimes get confused when to use “see”, “watch”, and “look”? If so, check this post to find out.

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English Practice clearly explained the difference between see, watch, and look  by stating the following:

1. See is the ordinary verb to say that something ‘comes to our eyes’. It doesn’t necessarily mean that we are paying attention.

2. When we look at something we are trying to see what it is – we are paying attention.

3. 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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