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HOME > ENGLISH VOCABULARY EXERCISES > Watch, look, see 2

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ENGLISH VOCABULARY
Which word: look, see, or watch? 2



Complete each of the sentences below with the correct form of watch, see or look, as specified.
Ex: Don't watch so much television.

1. I was (watching/seeing/looking) the new episode of Game of Thrones.

2. Did you (watch/see/look) my brother at the store?

3. You have to (watch/see/look) at this from a different point of view.

4. I was (watching/seeing/looking) the game, and I didn’t you standing there.

5. (Watch/See/Look) at that bird!

6. I’ve (watched/seen/looked) that actress in several other movies.

7. (Watch/See/Look) it! You almost ran me over with your motorcycle!

8. ? (Watch/See/Look) I told you you’d do well!

9. He was (watching/seeing/looking) for another job.

10. He doesn’t fool me. I can (watch/see/look) right through him.








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