The verb to see

See— (not used in the progressive tenses) 1) to become aware of somebody/something by using your eyes 2) to have or use the power of sight ) to understand something

See — (used in the progressive tenses) to meet

Fill in see in its forms.

1. You can’t … colours at night…
2. My mother … … the doctor again next week.
3. I … a man making his way towards me…
4. She can …, hear, touch, smell, and taste…
5. Oh, I … what you’re saying…
6. I really (not) … any reason for changing it…
7. Now I … that I was wrong.
8. On a clear day you can … for miles from here.
9. We’… … friends at the weekend.
10. … what I mean?
11. She looked for him but couldn’t … him in the crowd.
12. I looked out of the window but … nothing.
13. She will never … again (= she has become blind).
14. It opens like this.’ ‘Oh, I ….’
15. I can’t … why he’s so upset.
16. Mr Thomas … … a client at 2:30.
17. As he neared the farm, he … that a police car was parked outside it…
18. I’… … … her tomorrow night.
19. … you … what happened?
20. The moment we … the house, we knew we wanted to buy it.

Note: the examples were taken from authentic English dictionaries..
The material was taken from Upstream Proficiency by Virginia Evans -Jenny Dooley.

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