See Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of See V1 V2 V3

See Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of See V1 V2 V3

see

Meanings;

  • Perceive with the eyes; discern visually.(transitive verb)
  • Discern or deduce mentally after reflection or from information; understand.(transitive verb)
  • Experience or witness (an event or situation)(transitive verb)
Verb(V1)Past Tense(V2)Past Participle(V3)
seesawseen
Verb – es(Ves)Verb – ing(Ving)
seesseeing
Synonyms

discern, perceive, glimpse, catch a glimpse of, get a glimpse of, spot, notice, catch sight of, sight, understand, grasp, comprehend, follow, take in, realize, appreciate, recognize, work out, get the drift of, make out, conceive, perceive, fathom, fathom out, become cognizant of, meet, meet by chance, encounter, run into, run across, stumble across, stumble on, happen on, chance on, come across, escort, accompany, show, walk, conduct, lead, take, usher, guide, shepherd, attend,

Example Sentences with see

I can see Alex, however he can’t see me.

I haven’t seen Alex since high school.

I can see its eyes.

There are many beautiful places to see in the world.

I can see as well as you can.

And then they went from hence, and were seen no more.

I checked to see if he was at home.

I didn’t see anyone writing.

He has to see the doctor.

Mark seems so unhappy.

I’ve never seen you so happy.

I haven’t seen Samuel in over a week.

I’m going to see you.

You can’t see him unless you go to school.

Alex can’t see nor hear.

I remember seeing her before.

I will not have been shopping in Wednesday, you can come to see me.

I can see a spider on the sofa.

I’ll see you at 2:30.

You must’ve seen something.

You’ve seen what I can do.

Have you ever seen a whale?

Have you ever seen an owl before?

I will not see him any more.

We shall see what we shall see.

I didn’t see him today.

I always get excited when I see him.

I had never seen him for 5 days. But I saw him yesterday.

I didn’t see the bicycle at first. It came out of nowhere.

He lives elsewhere and, moreover, I don’t feel like seeing him.

I have seen a UFO.

see the problem.

You’ll see Alex.

I had to see someone on business.

I’ve never seen this.

Can I see that again?

We can’t let Pam keep seeing Frank.

I’ve never seen them so busy.

I didn’t even see Alex go.

We see with our eyes.