|> Other English exercises on the same topic: Synonyms [Change theme]|
|> Similar tests: - Adjectives - I'm afraid ... - Vocabulary: hearing, listening - Vocabulary: sight - Vocabulary: explaining - Too-Also-As well-Either-Not either - Vocabulary: laugh and smile... - Let's come or Let's go|
|> Double-click on words you don't understand|
13 ways of seeing
|13 different ways of looking|
to see: to perceive with eyes
| You can see a windmill in the distance. ||.|
to look (at): to turn your eyes towards
| Look, a falling star!|| |
to watch: to look attentively,
bird-watching: observation des oiseaux
At the end of the day, after a long walk,
| He frowned when I told him I didn't believe |
what he had said.
| The young girl blinked as she came out |
into the bright sunlight.
| She winked at me and I knew she was joking.|
| She anxiously glanced around.|
| to glimpse: to see someone or something |
by chance for a very short time.
| I glimpsed a figure at the door of the |
| to gape (at sth. / sb.) |
to look for a long time at
something with your mouth open.
| The baby gaped in amazement at the |
illuminated fir tree.
| to stare: to look fixedly at someone or |
| Don't stare at this old lady like that, |
it's not polite.
to peep: to look furtively especially
a Peeping Tom (un voyeur)
|Somebody is peeping through the blind!|
| to peer: to look at something or |
somebody with difficulty or concentration,
especially when you cannot see it clearly.
| With his night vision binoculars Mark|
peered into the darkness.
| to squint:|
to look with your eyes partly closed
| He squinted when he looked towards |
English exercise "13 ways of seeing" created by lili73 with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from lili73]
Click here to see the current stats of this English test
Please log in to save your progress.
End of the free exercise to learn English: 13 ways of seeing
A free English exercise to learn English.
Other English exercises on the same topic : Synonyms | All our lessons and exercises