Difference between revisions of "See"

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See can be used to introduce a relative clause, e.g. "I see that you've not done your homework again".
 
See can be used to introduce a relative clause, e.g. "I see that you've not done your homework again".
  
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Saw is a homograph and homophone with another irregular verb, [[saw]].
  
 
[[category:Individual irregular verbs]]
 
[[category:Individual irregular verbs]]
 
[[category:Individual verbs that can introduce a dependent clause]]
 
[[category:Individual verbs that can introduce a dependent clause]]

Latest revision as of 00:13, 22 October 2019

See (/si:/) is an English verb.

It's a sense-related verb, related to sight. Compare look and watch.

See is an irregular verb. It has the 3rd person form "sees" (/si:z/), with the -ing form "seeing" (/si:jɪŋ(g)/). It has the irregular preterite "saw" (/sɔ:/) and the irregular past participle "seen".

See can be used to introduce a relative clause, e.g. "I see that you've not done your homework again".

Saw is a homograph and homophone with another irregular verb, saw.