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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #5988: Look, see and watch
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    Look, see and watch

    Look, See and Watch


    • See means to notice people and things with your eyes.


    • Look (at) is used when you are trying to see something or someone. If look is followed by an object, you must use a preposition. The usual preposition is 'at'.


    • Watch means to look at something for a period of time, usually something which moves or changes.

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    1. I don't like TV. I prefer video games.

    2. Can you that bird over there?

    3. My boss can't be trusted. He never at you in the eye.

    4. Have you the latest movie with Tom Cruise?

    5. My young son loves at the camera.

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