I'm somhow confused, please clear up my mind.
"See" as we know is an unvoluntary verb. That is to say, it's not usually used in the progressive form.
Ex: I saw him preaparing himself to leave.
However we can use "see" in the progressive to mean:
1- I'm not seeing anyone. (Dating).
2-I'll be seeing you tomorrow at 07:00am.(visiting).
Does this mean that we can't use the progressive form of "see" otherwise?!!
I mean, can't I say?: I'm seeing an interesting tv documentry.? Is this wrong so I have to say:
Thanks in advance.
Yes, you would use "watching" in that instance. In the other thread I gave an example of how you would use "seeing":
A: Is it working? Can you see properly?
B: No, it doesn't seem to be. I'm not seeing clearly at all.
A: Okay, tell me what you are seeing now?
B: I'm seeing a fuzzy white blob with some blue around it.
A: Okay, turn the knob on the right counterclockwise.
B: Oh! Okay! Now I see... oh, I see a very pale guy in a blue ball cap. It's clear now.
After you get hit on the head: I'm seeing stars!
In both cases, this way of seeing will go away shortly.