American English Videos/Fixing Common Errors/1. See, Look, and Watch

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American English Videos/Fixing Common Errors/1. See, Look, and Watch
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Autor American English at State
Área Comunicación y Lenguaje L 3, Inglés
Tipo de licencia Estándar de YouTube
Formato Vídeo
Responsable de curación Editor
Última actualización 2016/02/19

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0:07 Hi, I'm Anne, and I speak American English.
0:12 I'm a student, and I like to read and learn about languages.
0:18 Today, we will learn about the difference between the verbs see, look, and watch.
0:26 We use the verb "see" when we become aware of something
0:30 with our eyes without planning it.
0:35 For example, I see a bird in the tree.
0:40 We use the verb "look" when we see something and it is planned.
0:46 Look is often used with the preposition "at".
0:42 One reason is to say facts.
0:46 And how do you use the present simple?
0:51 For example, I am looking at a painting.
0:58 We use the word "watch" when we see something and it's planned.
1:04 Usually, this is something that moves.
1:07 And it can be something alive,
1:10 or something that is not alive like images on a television.
1:16 For example, I'm watching TV.
1:21 One day last summer, I went to two museums with a friend.
1:30 When we arrived at the art museum, we saw many other people.
1:37 We also saw birds on the steps.
1:45 Once inside, we didn't know where to go first.
1:50 So we looked at the museum map.
1:55 Then, we looked at beautiful paintings.
2:02 At the science museum, we watched a movie about space.
2:10 We watched the planets move.
2:16 It was a great day!
2:23 Now it's your turn to use these verbs. Click pause,
2:28 and fill in the blanks with a form of the verbs see, look or watch.
2:52 Question of the Week
2:54 What other English language videos do you watch?
3:02 Next time, we will learn about "say" and"tell."
3:07 This is American English. Thank you for watching!

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