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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #96223: Ways of seeing
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    Ways of seeing


    Verbs : eye, gaze, glance, glare, peep, peer, peruse, scan, stare, watch

    To eyeTo look at carefully.
    To gaze atTo look (at something or someone) for a long time, admiration or because you are thinking about something else.
    To glance atTo give a quick short look.
    To glare atTo stare angrily.
    To peep atTo have a quick and often secret look.
    To peer atTo look carefully or with difficulty.
    To peruseTo read or look at (something) or examine with care.
    To scanTo look at or examine (something) carefully with the eyes or with a machine.
    To stare at To look steadily with eyes wide open.
    To watch To look at (something) or observe closely or attentively.

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    1. She around the room to see who was there.

    2. She angrily at everyone.

    3. She the other passengers suspiciously.

    4. We at the children through a hole in the fence.

    5. He over my shoulder at the computer screen and asked about the figures.

    6. He the newspaper looking for interesting stories to read.

    7. The radar the sea for any sign of enemy ships.

    8. She at the open wound in horror.

    9. She the rain as it trickled down the window.

    10. She the pages of the magazine.

    11. Lingering on the bridge, the two lovers at the beautiful sunset.

    12. The old man at the letter, then reached for his glasses.

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