“Watch A Movie” vs “See A Movie”

(To) Watch vs (To) See

A Film / Movie

In “normal” speech, to say that one “sees” something is a very general way of saying that the image of some “thing” is registered by the visual sensory apparatus – while to “watch” something means to be focused on that “thing” (usually moving.)

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However, when using these two verbs to talk about Movies or Films (whichever term you prefer) – they have different meanings…

Would You Like To See - GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

Well, then you’re going to have to…


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