Les verbes VOIR et REGARDER

Ces 2 verbes ont des significations différentes. Le verbe VOIR veut dire “to see” en anglais, alors que REGARDER veut dire “to look (at), to watch”.

These 2 verbs have different meanings. The verb VOIR means “to see” in English while REGARDER means “to look at, to watch”.

  • Je ne vois rien. (I see nothing.)
  • Il voit son père tous les dimanches. (He sees his father every Sunday.)
  • Nous avons vu Paul hier. (We saw Paul yesterday.)
  • Je regarde la télé. (I watch TV.)
  • Regarde ! Comme c’est beau ! (Look! How beautiful!)
  • Ils regardent le match de foot. (They’re watching the football match.)

Read also:
Savoir & Connaître

Entendre & Écouter

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Conjugation of French verb VOIR

Conjugation of French verb REGARDER

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