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Inglés y Español con el Método CALLAN - ¡Atrévete!



Lección de la semana del 18 al 24 de SEPTIEMBRE de 2017

To look at and to watch

The difference between "to look at" and "to watch" is that we use "to look at" for something that is still, whereas we use "to watch" for something that is moving

To look at --> Something still

To watch --> something moving

 

For example:

I'm looking at the picture (a picture is still)

I'm watching a game of football (a game of football moves)

 

That's all for now. Another English lesson next week