In this lesson, students will talk about the differences between look, see, and watch.
The students give sentence examples for the verbs look, see, and watch.
Video: Look, See, and Watch
The students watch a video explaining the differences between the verbs. Afterwards, they review the rules and practice using them in Present, Past, and Future Simple. They also practice making collocations by combining these verbs with different nouns, adjectives, and phrases. The students learn different phrases containing verbs such as “look on the bright side of life,” “watch one’s step,” “watch one’s back,” etc.
The lesson ends with a review.
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