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< + question word > He can"t see what difference it makes to lớn come (= he doesn"t think it is important if he comes) on Thursday instead of Friday.
They didn"t see the need/any need (= understand that it was important) to lớn notify their members of the changes in writing.

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After she read his book she started khổng lồ see the issue in another/a different/a new light (= differently).
to consider or think about, especially to think about someone or something in a particular way, or khổng lồ imagine someone doing a particular activity:
< + obj + -ing verb > I can"t see her accepting (= I don"t think she will accept) the job in the present circumstances.

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We can use either the infinitive without to lớn or the -ing khung after the object of verbs such as hear, see, notice, watch. The infinitive without to lớn often emphasises the whole action or sự kiện which someone hears or sees. The -ing form usually emphasises an kích hoạt or event which is in progress or not yet completed. …
See means noticing something using our eyes. The past simple khung is saw & the -ed khung is seen: …
Watch is similar to look at, but it usually means that we look at something for a period of time, especially something that is changing or moving: …
We use hear that and see that khổng lồ introduce new pieces of information. When we vị this, the verbs hear & see mean ‘understand’ or ‘notice’. We normally use hear when we are thinking of something someone told us, và see when we are thinking about something we read about or saw. We often use the verbs in the present simple and sometimes leave out that: …
We commonly use you see in speaking when we want to giới thiệu knowledge with our listener or listeners. When we use you see, we assume that the listener or listeners vị not have the knowledge that we want them lớn have: …
to consider someone or something in a particular way, or to imagine someone doing a particular activity:
< T > Under the circumstances, I can’t see her accepting the job (= I bởi not think she will accept it).




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