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    Are they identical in meaning?

    Teachers,

    *Please keep your eyes on my son/grandmother?
    *Please watch my son/grandmother?

    Similarly,
    *Please keep your eyes on my bag/car?
    *Please watch my bag/car?

    Are they identical in meaning? Can they use*interchangeably?

    Thank you.

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    Re: Are they identical in meaning?

    Quote Originally Posted by bouji View Post
    Teachers,

    *Please keep your eyes on my son/grandmother?
    *Please watch my son/grandmother?

    Similarly,
    *Please keep your eyes on my bag/car?
    *Please watch my bag/car?

    Are they identical in meaning? Can they use*interchangeably?

    Thank you.
    Yes, they mean the same.

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