watchall seem to mean the same thing, so how do you decide which one to use? Today you’ll learn how to use these words correctly! Native English speakers know when to use these words. But it can be difficult for English learners to understand the difference. For example, you can
WATCHEnglish lessons on engVid,
LOOKfor the quiz under each video, and
SEEyour score once you’ve completed it. I’ll teach you the basic principle of when to use each one of these words and show you many examples, so that you can be sure that you are using them correctly. You’ll also sharpen your comprehension skills by practicing looking at the context of sentences — one of the keys to learning new vocabulary. Think you’ve mastered it? Take the quiz on engVid to test yourself!
After watching this lesson I saw that my English became better. I will looking forward for another lessons. Thank’s Gill.
I’m looking forward for another lessons(I will looking :is false )
Correction to both of you : I’m looking forward to other lessons *
ace care and keep up the good learning.
Take care *
Thank you Gill
Terrible mistake in the question 1. Maybe I don’t pay attention. What a interesting lesson! Thank you very much!
Gill you are an amazing teacher. I can improve my grammar only by watching the engvid website. Thank you all engvid teachers?
sure she is. I’m in love with the British accent. I hope one of these days to master the British accent.
Thanks for your time make this video. Now I totally confident when I use them
exactly, that’s one of the benefits you could get when you keep learning and that is confidence. you feel sure of what you are saying.
I got 10 out of 10. Thanks for the great lesson. I have enjoyed watching your lesson and I will look forward to a next upcoming lesson from you. Oh, I just saw a bird flying out of the window while I was typing this comment.
Oh, That’s great.
Nice use of the verb. I’m waiting for the upcoming lesson as well.
I understood the meaning of see, Watch and look thanks to your perfect explanations.
Thank you Gill.
Indeed, it was a perfect explanation of the three verbs. I’m sure everyone has understood how to correctly use all of them.
Thanks a lot for this lesson i hope that there will be a lesson to explaine the difference betwwen cause and because please .
Hello zainab, Cause can be a noun which means a “reason”. It can also be a verb which means “lead to” or “to be the cause of”.
ex: I hope that the children haven’t caused you too much trouble.
On the other hands “Because” is a conjunction which means “for the reason that”.
ex: I told him because Zainab told me to.
’cause, cos or coz are the informal ways of saying because…when you’re speaking you might say ’cause instead of “because” because it’s easier…however when you are writing you have to use “because”.
thanks a lot now I am known how the differences between see, watch and look
Thanks for your explanations. They are so useful!
Thank you very much for all your help.
feeling comfortable in this webside
Nice Lesson. Thanks Gill.
Thanks a lot Gill!!!
I got 100
thank you Ms..i feel better after i saw this video..thank all of teacher and some people making this website for us..
yes i got 80
thank you very much gilll…
Thanks Gill you have helped me to better understand the use of those three verbs.
Thank you so much, Gill.Now I can look at to see better when I watch TV….Bye!
10 of 10
Thanks Gill.For me nobody explain using that verb better than you. Great job.
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I have been learning English since my junior high school.
But, my English skill is bad. I am terrible at English. Because I dropped out studying English since my social life to earn money.
Anyway, if I make skype, I contact you if possible.
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I got 10 correct out of 10.
Your this lecture is so smart and cogent that I can understand easily.
Thank you very much.
Before i knew it only subconsciously and I may have made a mistakes now it is more clear for me, thx for help, great page btw
thank you very much
I got 10 correct out of 10
You are a great teacher.
Thank you very much
Thank you 10/10.
Nice!thank you guys.this is really helpful
Hello Gill. Thank you for the lesson. I would like to ask you about the difference and particular cases when “say”, “tell”, “speak” and “talk” should be used.
Hi Gill ! I’m sorry but I don’t understand 5 question – whay “If you HAVE lost…” I thought I should say “If you lost …” !? What did “have” need for ??? Thank you !!!
Another lesson for you:
Hello Gill ,
Thank you for this lesson .
I entirely wached it , looked for the quiz and saw that my answers were right .
I have something to ask you . You wrote on the comment attached to this lesson “your comprehension skills by practicing looking at the context of sentences — one of the keys to learning new vocabulary. ” I would like to know :
– is ” looking at ” a verb at the gerond form or a noun in this sentence ?
– why “learning ” is at the ing form . Does “one of the keys to learn new vocabulary ” make sense ?
I am looking forward to reading from you.
Thanks for better understanding this words.
Thank you, Gill. You always give me a clear concept about English.
Thank you Gill! Every new lesson helps me to improve my English) Good wishes to you!
Thank you Gill
thank you Gill
Thank you very much Gill
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Hello, Mrs Gill. A great and very useful lesson, as, indeed, all of your lessons. Be kind, make, please, a lesson about the differences between “will” and “shall” (in which cases it is correct to use one or the other). Thank you for your work, wish you all the best.
Hi, Platonov! Well, in the past “shall” was a modal used to express Future Tense for all persons (I, you, he/she/it, we, you, they), like “will” nowadays. However, in modern English we usually use “shall” only for the first persons (I, we), I don’t know why!
Oh, thank you! Now it became clear.
I Got 80/100 it’s a good begining as a my first lesson , i wanna practice and improve my english , so , if someone want to do this he can add me on skype achenXmen and it will be a pleasure
thank you !!
Thanks dear teacher. Important topic!
i’m understant clearly what diffirent between look, see and watch. thanks for your quiz
Sometimes simple things are most complicated one but with engvid everything is simple and interesting to learn.Thanks Gill for this one.Take care.Bye.
Definitely, our sense of sight has improved after this lesson.
Thank you for these efforts and this clear explanation.
thanks teacher Gill,
first it senses so easy but then if I do this quiz, I can make mistakes. I only take eight tenths in all.
Thanks Gill, your explanation is as clear as the sun light…!
Thank’s so much
I like your method :)
This is an essential lesson. Nice job, Gill!
Thank you Alex. You are a nice teacher and your job is wonderful.
Magnificent lesson thank you young woman ..
Ahmed Kony …
very nice ihave many learn to this quiz vow :) thans
Thanks dear Gill! This was very useful. ?
Thank you so much teacher.
Thank you Gill! I love the way you explain things, and also, you sound so peaceful and calm…
Thank you very much Gill! It’s always a pleasure to listen you.
I love your British accent. You’re so kind and teaches in a very delicate way! Thank you.
I was looking for better way to understand these differences. I saw the video and looked at the board. Thank you Gill!
Thank you very much for this useful lesson Gill :) Even during my studies it helps me to refresh my memory.
Congratulation, you speak all this languages? Nice byeeeeee
Yeah and I always try to get better and better. A language is so complex, there is always room for improvements. Now I enrolled for Portuguese. Its a really beautiful language but the pronounciation is really difficult, even more difficult than french.
If you don’t mind I’d like to talk English with you, in order to improve my english. Do you have Skype? my nikname is donatello133, bye see you soon
Hi, Sunny! I liked reading you are learning Portuguese, my mother tongue. I acknowledge it is a hard language, but I am sure you will manage learn it. French will help you, because both of them are latin. “Boa sorte!”
Thank you. Now I’m concentrating more on Spanish and Italian as my roots are half Italian , so I want to improve :) I have French too , its also a very difficult language but it sounds so elegant. Learning languages is easy for me and I like that so its not that much of a difficulty for me :D
Well,anyway if you need help for learning Italian I’m here at your disposal, see you
thank u gill!
Many Thanks, Gill!
Thanks Gill, I will use us in the right way
Thank you Gill,
Thanks , it’s really helpful
Thank you very much for sharing such a useful stuff :)
Very informative lesson. Thank you
Thank you. It was all simple and understandable.
My grammar somhow good but i want to learn more
I like to watch your video lessons, Gill ;-)
Thank Gill. Good explanation
I got 10 correct out of 10 .Thank you
Dear Gill!!! Thank you very much for your helpful lesson. I kindly ask you to make also a lesson about the differences between GREETINGS and CONGRATULATIONS. Thank you in advance!!! My kindest regards,
Mrs. Gill thanks to you :) now I know the difference among that three words you’ve taught.
Thank you. It’s useful video.
Perfect Gill, I need to know the difference between those words, thanks.
Thanks Gill. But could you please give me clear explanation of difference between see and watch with reference to past tense?
Hi, Jibanjy! There is no difference between the verbs “to see” and “to watch” in the Past Tense. So, “He saw the film yesterday” means the same that “He watched the film yesterday”.
Good website for learning English. Thanks teachers.
ı agree with you
Hai Mrs Gill, could you explain or talk about the different between “seek and search” and usage of it, when can we use those, or in what condition? is there any specification in those two words? I would be very enlightened and Would be very happy if you make a video to talk about what I asked you. Thank you.
I understood after I saw this video. It is very important topic. Thanks
Well, after watching this lesson I saw my English isn’t very good. I’m looking forward to seeing new lessons from Gill. My thanks to Gill.
Thank you Gill! It is very interesting lesson.
Thank you very much Gill.
Thank you so much!
Very good!!! It´s a simple explanation!
Thank you for another pleasant lesson. My performance not bad too, I get 10/10.
when we use ‘to stare’, ‘to gaze’. or maybe unrelated, ‘to inspect’, and ‘to monitor’?
Hello Gill ,
Thank you for this lesson.
Greetings from Poland.
Look it is the first time I have watched your video but I did not see like that before . Thanks
Thank for your time teacher
I got 100%
I got 10 correct out of 10
Thank you very much for your helpful lesson.
I got 100. Thanks Gill
thanks guru jee
Thank you Gill
You look very interesting teacher, because you articulate and you speek slowly.
Your lesson looks intended for no native english people that i’m among their.
Thank you again.
Thanks Gill! It so easy when you explain!
I got 100%
Thanks Gill for this lesson!
Is “look” similar to “listen”, and “see” similar to “hear”, considering the active and passive roles of a person?
Thank you teacher for your your helping material….only to add one remark is that look for ,i think, is a phrasal verb.It means to search for something and is clear enough to recognize it from the other verbs of sight.Thank you again
Thank you very much! I am looking forward to see my improvement.And watch more of you teacher Gill’s video, like I’m watching one now.
Hello Gill. I really appreciate your time doing the video. My best wishes!
Great to hear some British accent around. Loved the lesson
I got 100
Thank you Gill :)
Thank you very much Gill! I’m really appreciate your videos,everything is clear and easy to understand! God bless you!
Excelent explanation about the way to use this verbs….congratulations all team for this excelent site….thank you very much¡¡
thank you for this lesson Gill
God bless you
i used to have a problem with those, but not anymore. it wasn’t complicated at all, it was well teached. thank you
Thank you. I´m learning a lor of things!!!!
Thank you Gill
Thanks Gil. I’m learning a lot from you and other teachers. I’m so excited to share them to my students ??
thanks you Ms.Gill , it very interesting.
I’ve got 10 correct answers!! I’m so happy
thank you for lesson^^
Thanks very much Gill, mine is 80%!
thank you very much for this lesson.
Hello, Gill! I have to admit that, although I finished my English course some years ago, I didn’t know the difference between “to look” and “to see” very well. Actually, I used to think it was the opposite! But now it is all right, thank you. And don’t worry! It isn’t complicated any more.
Thanks. You made me clear with meaning of watch, see and look.
ohhhhh I got 100% wow!!! Thank you so much!
Thanks a million. Greet lesson!!
Thank you !
10/10 ohh i got it
Good work God bless gill!.
I’m looking forward to your next lesson.
Good video! Thanks, teacher and Engvid. You are really helping me to improve my English.
she’s a good teacher
I’ve got 10/10!
Thanks Gill! my teacher. I understand how to use the verbs: look, see and watch.I’ve got 10/10. Your lessons are very usefull with me. Thanks you so much.
10/10☺ Gill, you are my most favourite personality. I love your every expression you give while teaching, especially your smile ☺ .keep teaching us. Many many love ❤
thank you Gill, i am looking for your other lessons
Thank you. I have learned better when I watch this video that the difference between words.
Thank you Gill.
It is great.
the way of explaining is simple
Thank you, Gill! It’s a very useful lesson!
Thank you Gill. It was clear and interesting. I enjoy your lessons.
I look at Or i watch an exhibition?
thanks a lot
i got 90%
8/10 no so bad
100 is better. I got it.
I only got 60.
You got 9 correct out of 10.
I got in the first time
Now, this topic is easier for me. Thank you!!!
You are fabulous Teacher. I am looking forward to the next lesson. Please …please add more videos preferably with GCSE subject.
Thanks you teacher. love you , you look so friendly
Very useful as usual ! Thank you very much my dear teacher .
Gill, you are my favourite teacher. Thank you so much!
Thanks Gill very much
9/10, it is useful lesson to me.
Thank you very much!!! You’re very nice teacher! I’m going to improve my English with your lessons!
Good afternoon and thank you Gill for explaining so well the difference between those confusing words/verbs.
hi miss gill i’ve question of when/how to use (has, have and had) on things, humans and animals. noun/verb
i hope got your answer
Gill you are an amazing teacher.
Thank you Gill!
Absolutely, the lesson is useful, I have watched and listened to your fruitful lesson. Thanks Gill.
Great!!! this lesson is very useful . l would like to know, how to different between meet and see??? Thanks Gill.
Your explanation was wonderful!!! Tks for that!
thank you very much ;)
You got 9 correct out of 10.
Good class !!!
After finished watching your video, I look forward to see more videos of your great explanations. Thanks a lot Gill
Thank you teacher.
Was a great lesson
Hi teacher thank lot
i got 80/100 not bad .
you are a good teacher^^
What an incredible lesson.I am looking for your next video lecture. While scrolling down the comments I just saw how excited people were. I hope most people will watch this video and improve their English. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.
Oh! I enjoy every lesson of you Gill. You are my ideal teacher.
Thank you, Gill
There is verbs that not use in Present Continuous. Among them is the verb to see. Maybe this is case?
Cute teacher, great lesson. I enjoy watching Gill’s lesson.
Gill is the best English teacher I have ever seen!
Actually,I choose by feeling.Even though I only made a mistake.
Thank you Gill, a great lesson, now i am clear when using watch,i had been confused about it before.
i love and i want to learn and listen the UK pronunciation
Ohhhh my goodness. I was got 100out of 100 and i was attended this very calmly and i got it…..
THANK YOU SO MUCH.
I HAVE A QUESTION about this phrase:
There’s a new film on at the local cinema this week.
I think it is the first time I saw “on at the ” together. Is it common use on+at?
Thank you teacher i got 10 out of 10 it means 100%100 good job
thanks a lot, Gill,hugs (Kazakhstan o2 Dec2o21:)
Perfect this video. I am going well
Thank you so much Gill. I got 10 correct out of 10.
Got all correct, this is a boast for me.