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look vs. watch #1 (permalink) Mon Jan 11, 2010 8:17 am   look vs. watch
 

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ESL/EFL Test #788 "Grammar Crunch (2)", question 9

I can't ......... anything. The fog is so thick.

(a) look
(b) see
(c) to see
(d) make

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #788 "Grammar Crunch (2)", answer 9

I can't see anything. The fog is so thick.

Correct answer: (b) see
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what is the different between see look and watch?
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look vs. watch #2 (permalink) Mon Jan 11, 2010 9:11 am   look vs. watch
 

Generally, 'see' is an unconscious reaction, 'look' is the result of a conscious decision, and 'watch' is to look at something which exhibits movement in some way.
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look vs. watch #3 (permalink) Mon Jan 11, 2010 9:35 am   look vs. watch
 

Stupy wrote:
what is the different between see look and watch?

Not 'different' but 'difference'.

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look vs. watch #4 (permalink) Mon Jan 11, 2010 23:47 pm   look vs. watch
 

What's the difference between stare and admire?
Clear it out with examples please.
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look vs. watch #5 (permalink) Mon Jan 11, 2010 23:54 pm   look vs. watch
 

The words are unrelated, Nekit. Don't you have a DICTIONARY?
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