See, look at, watch

See, look at, watch

See – you notice/register something by chance

I saw a black cat crossing the road this morning.

Have you seen Mary recently?

Did you see that?

Or for ‚complete experience‘ :

Have you seen the latest James Bond movie?

Did you see that rugby game at the weekend?

Look at – you pay attention to see something

Look at me!

Don’t look at me like that.

All students look at the page no.69.

I looked at her and saw that she was crying.

Watch – similar to ‚look at‘; meaning: following an ongoing situation carefully

I don’t watch sport on TV very often.

She likes watching documentaries about nature.

Are you watching any good TV series at present?

Watch and learn, I’ll show you.