Look / See / Watch PART 1

Look (At)

Use the verb  look  (at) to say that you or someone else looks with concentration. In other words, you look to see something specific.  Look  refers to seeing something specific one time, rather than over time as with the verb watch.

  • I looked at the trees in the distance.
  • Tom looked at the picture and smiled.
  • Sarah looked at her sister and smiled.

Look is usually used with the preposition at. However, when using look as an imperative at is not used when there is no object.

  • Look over there!
  • Look! It’s Tom.

Use look as an imperative with at when followed by an object.

  • Look at those people.
  • Look at me when I speak to you!

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