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우리는 "무엇을 보다" 라고 표현할 때 see, watch, look 을 구분없이 사용할 때가 있습니다.

See 는 의도하지 않은 것을 볼 때 사용합니다.

즉, 눈 뜨면 보이는 것을 본다면 see를 사용하는 것이 맞습니다.

Watch 는 움직이는 사물을 의도적으로 볼 때 사용합니다.

예를 들면, watch TV 또는 watch a movie 처럼요.

그 사물의 대상이 움직임이 없을 때는 look at 을 사용합니다.

English learners often have trouble with the verbs see, watch, and look at.

Here are some "rules of thumb" (90% true) to help you decide which verb to use.

See describes a passive action; you see something you hadn't planned on seeing.

Example) I saw an accident on the way to school this morning.

If you are focusing your attention on something, you watch it or you look at it.

If it moves, you watch it.

Example) Watch her dance! She's fantastic!

If it doesn't move, you look at it.

Example) Class, please look at what I've written on the board.
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Don't say ...

Don't say "who" with "did (does)" if you want to know the subject of a verb.

Do say ...

Do say who with do/did if you want to know the object of a verb.

Example)

Question: Who does John write love letters to?

Answer: John writes love letters to Susan.

Question: Who did Frank give the roses to?

Answer: Frank gave the roses to Anne.

Use only who, without do/did, if you want to know the subject of a verb?

Question: Who writes love letters to Susan?

Answer: John writes love letters to Susan.

Question: Who gave the roses to Anne?

Answer: Frank gave the roses to Anne.
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2017-12-29 오후 2:41:17
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