3 – See, Look, Watch – One Point English Lesson

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Let’s start off today’s free one-point English lesson with a quiz. Fill in the blanks with either “look (at)” “see” or “watch.” Yesterday I was ________ TV and I ________ a program about space. Since the beginning of time, humans have been ________ at the blinking lights night sky and wondering about them. I do too. I love to ________ into space at night. Going to Jones Beach, ________  a full moon rise, and ________  all of those stars is breathtaking. Sometimes, when you are stargazing, you might even ________ a shooting star. There are a lot of nice places here on Long Island where you can escape the lights of the city and ________ so many stars without ________ into a telescope. Maybe someday I can ________ you here, ________ at the sky! Here is the answer See, look, and watch are all very similar verbs in that they all describe what we do with our eyes. However, we use them differently. When you see something, it comes into your eyes with or without your effort. Seeing is the natural action of the eyes. Here are some examples: I just saw a shooting star (it came into my view) …