Grammar - watch / see / look at eyes or head to see something
Look at - physically moving
"Turn around and look at me."
See - To understand something, to know it
"I looked at the tree and saw the owl." (I now *know* where the owl is)
Watch - To look at something continuously, especially something that moves or changes
"I'm watching the cars go by on my street."
To watch a movie: We look at the TV to watch a movie. After we finish the movie, we say, "I have seen that movie."
1. Let's go to the park and _________ the kids playing.
2. Have you _________ the new Avengers movie?
3. _________ the house where I'm pointing!
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