What´s the difference

Take a look at the difference between the verbs SEE, LOOK and WATCH.


When an image comes to our eyes; without intent

Eg.: He opened the door and saw me standing there.


To see something with intent and attention; often used with “at”.

Eg.: John looked at the menu before ordering his pasta.


To look intensely at something (often something that is moving).

Eg.: They watched the plane take off.


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