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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #110251: Watch - Look - See
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    Watch - Look - See


    There is a difference between WATCH - LOOK AT and SEE.

    When you open your eyes, you SEE without thinking.

    SEE is an inactive word.

    Example: I open the window and I see a bird on the tree.


    You must want to LOOK AT, but for a short time.

    LOOK AT is an active word.

    Example: Look at these flowers. They are beautiful.


    You must want to WATCH, but for a long period of time.

    WATCH is an active word.

    Example: I want to watch a film on TV

    English exercise "Watch - Look - See" created by zilazila with The test builder
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    1. Do you have any spare time to go and a play this afternoon?
    2. Jone, please, me when I speak to you.
    3. My dear, did you my brown jacket which you bought for my birthday?
    4. Have you ever a horror movie?
    5. I love snow very much.... the snow over there. It is beautiful.
    6. I want to a new series on TV. It will start tonight.
    7. What time is it? - Let me the clock and I'll tell you.
    8. Oh, my God, this beautiful sweet girl with blue eyes.
    9. How many books do you on the table?
    10. I want to buy this dress, but I should it carefully.
    11. I my childhood friend in the park yesterday.

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