look, see or watch
When do we use look, see and watch?
|look||to pay attention, to try to see what is there; seem||Look at the board, please.|
|look up (e.g. dictionary)||You can look up the words in the dictionary.|
|see||visual impression come to the eyes||Can you see the blue car over there?|
|understand||I see what you mean.|
|watch||look for a time; like to look||He watches TV in the evenings.|