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    Question watch and see

    Which one is correct?
    I see her daily.
    I watch her daily.

    What is the basic difference between watch and see?

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    Re: watch and see

    Quote Originally Posted by payal desai View Post
    Which one is correct?
    I see her daily.
    I watch her daily.
    If you see her daily, she passes in front of your eyes every day. If you watch her, you make the effort to look at her, paying attention to her.

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