See, look and watch exercise

July 12, 2012pdf

Complete the following sentences using appropriate verbs. Choose your answers from the options given below each question.

1. Ring up and …………………………….. whether she is at home.

a) see

b) watch

c) look

2. I ………………………………… a dark figure behind the window.

a) watched

b) saw

c) looked at

3. Suddenly I ……………………………… something strange.

a) saw

b) looked at

c) watched

4. Please …………………………………… this photo.

a) look at

b) watch

c) either could be used here

5. Do you ……………………………… that man in the blue shirt?

a) see

b) watch

c) look at

6. …………………………….. what you have done!

a) look

b) look at

c) either could be used here

7. I like to ……………………………. football matches on TV.

a) see

b) watch

c) either could be used here

8. That kid spends too much time ……………………………… TV.

a) watching

b) seeing

c) looking at

9. I’m looking to ……………………………. whether there is any food left.

a) see

b) watch

c) either could be used here

10. I ……………………………. they are going to put up taxes again.

a) see

b) watch

c) look at

Answers

1. Ring up and see whether she is at home.

2. I saw a dark figure behind the window.

3. Suddenly I saw something strange.

4. Please look at this photo.

5. Do you see that man in the blue shirt?

6. Look what you have done! OR Look at what you have done!

7. I like to see / watch football matches on TV.

8. That kid spends too much time watching TV.

9. I’m looking to see whether there is any food left.

10. I see they are going to put up taxes again.

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