'See', 'look at' and 'watch' all refer to something we do with our eyes. However, each verb has a slightly different meaning.
- I can see you!
- I can see the castle.
- Look at the picture.
- Look behind you!
- Let's watch TV.
- What are you watching?
- Watch out!
Watch the video and see if you can see the difference in meaning.
Choose 'see', 'look at' or 'watch' for you answer.
- Can you ______ Lily?
- ______ the menu and tell me what you would like to order.
- I'm ________ the dentist tomorrow.
- Where are you going to ____ the rugby?
- What did you ____ at the cinema last night?
- Are you _______ that new series on Netflix?