A great question came up in one of my classes this week! My student asked me about the difference between the verbs "to look," "to see," and "to watch."
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"See," "Look," and "Watch" : What's the Difference?
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Choose "see", "watch" or "look" and conjugate the verb as needed.
1. We _________ a movie last night at my friend's house.
2. ________ over there! Is that Brad Pitt eating in a restaurant??
3. If you turn out the lights, I can't ____________.
4. Have you ever _______ a dog with purple fur?
5. When the clown walked into the room, all of the kids ______ at him and laughed.
6. Do you like to ______ people walk by on a busy afternoon in the city?
7. Let's hire a babysitter to_______ the kids while we go out tonight.
8. What's the most beautiful city you have ever _______?
Quiz Answers: 1) watched, 2) look, 3) see, 4) seen, 5) looked, 6) watch, 7) watch, 8) seen
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