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Look and watch are verbs that we use to talk about our sense of sight – using our eyes. But they have important differences in meaning. In today’s grammar, let’s look at the difference between “look” and “see”.
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1. Look (at)
When we look at something, we direct our eyes in its direction and pay attention to it.
I’m looking but I don’t see it.
Don’t look at the sun with naked eye.
When we use look with an object, we say look + at + object.
Look at this photo! Isn’t it beautiful?
John looked at Mary.
See means noticing something using our eyes.
I can see a cloud in the sky.
Didn’t you see Ram? He was waving at you.
Have you already known the difference between “look” and “see? Don’t worry, we prepare a quiz for you👇it is time to show yourself!
#1. ________ me while I am speaking.
#2. Bats can ______ very well in the dark.
That’s all for today’s [Grammar]!!!