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She laughed when she saw the expression on his face.
Did you see who it was?
I could see she was upset.
Didn’t you see him talking to her earlier?
If the operation is successful, he will be able to see again.
She can’t see a thing without her contact lenses.
It was too dark to see to read.
We saw Hamlet performed by the University Dramatic Society last week.
Have you seen the movie American Beauty?
Are you seeing Jane tomorrow?
See you at the station at 6 o’clock.
When can Mr. Martin see me?
She’s seeing the doctor about her leg tomorrow.
We still see each other a couple of times a month.
I’ve been seeing a lot of my sister recently.
See chapter 12.
This contributed to the success of the Republicans (see above).
I think I see the problem here.
No one could see he was to blame.
I see why you’re angry.
“It’s not fair to go without him.” “Yes, I see what you mean.”
I can’t see that it matters who does it.
He didn’t see what all the fuss was about.
A scientist sees things differently from an artist.
This was seen as an attempt to fool the voters.
He seems to see me as a threat.
Can you really see her as the president?
I just can’t see them winning the game.
Where do you see yourself in five years’?
As we saw in Chapter 2, the reasons for the war were complex.
If you read his report, you’ll see that he recommends a cautious approach.
I’ll go and see what he wants.
He went back to see whether they needed any help.
The region has seen some of the fiercest fighting in the war.
I’ll see him across the street.
Can I see you home?
My secretary will see you to the door.
I’ll see your 20 dollars.
As I see it, you have no choice.
There’s nobody there – you must be seeing things!
“Can Jason come too, Dad?” “I don’t see why not.”
“How long can you stay?” “I’ll have to see.”
“You do it like this.” “I see.”
It must have been, let me see, 10 years ago.
A child divorcing his parents? Now I’ve seen it all!
You press this button first, see?
She was glad to see the back of him.
It’s difficult for me because I can see both sides.
I can’t believe he resigned. I just didn’t see it coming.
The jokes were all so obvious you could see them coming a mile away.
I can now see him for the liar he really is.
He finally saw her for what she was.
You may need extra help with this – we’ll see how it goes.
I don’t think we’ve seen the last of this controversial figure.
Dad has finally seen the light and bought a computer.
Maybe now they’ll see reason and scrap the project.
“Can we go to the park this afternoon, Mom?” “We’ll see.”
It will be wonderful, you’ll see.
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