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Watch - Look - See
WATCH - LOOK AT - 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
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