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We use the verb look to mean ‘turn our eyes in a particular direction khổng lồ see something’. It is followed by at to lớn refer khổng lồ the person or thing which we see: …
We often use look as a linking verb like appear, be, become, seem. As a linking verb, look does not take an object and it is followed by a phrase or clause which gives more information about the subject (a complement): …
We sometimes use look as a discourse marker but it needs to be used carefully as it is very strong. We use it when we are explaining something or making a point, especially when we are annoyed or speaking very forcefully: …
See means noticing something using our eyes. The past simple khung is saw & the -ed size is seen: …
Watch is similar to lớn look at, but it usually means that we look at something for a period of time, especially something that is changing or moving: …
We use the verb look to lớn mean ‘turn our eyes in a particular direction khổng lồ see something’. It is followed by at lớn refer to lớn the person or thing which we see: …
We often use look as a linking verb lượt thích appear, be, become, seem. As a linking verb, look does not take an object và it is followed by a phrase or clause which gives more information about the subject (a complement): …
We sometimes use look as a discourse marker but it needs lớn be used carefully as it is very strong. We use it when we are explaining something or making a point, especially when we are annoyed or speaking very forcefully: …

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said to a person working in a store when they offer to help you, but you want khổng lồ continue looking at the products:
if something such as business, news, or a plan looks good, you think that it will succeed or that something good might happen:
Looking time is recorded, & longer looking at the novel stimulus permits the inference that the infant has discriminated the two emotions.
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