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3. I didn't see the movie Star Wars.
- Me neither.
- I saw the movie. It was great.
- Really? Everyone in my clas saw the movie. You have to see it. It's great.
- You don't need to see the movie. It's not so good.
- I saw the movie with my family last week.
- I heard about the movie. I want to see the movie some day.
- Are you interested in going to the movies?
- Do you want to see the movie with me this weekend?
- (Something else)

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Q1: Would you check the answers? Are they suitable? Do you have better answers?

Q2: Do we have to use 'see' before the/a movie? What about using 'watch' instead of 'see'?

  • English -

    All of your answers are good.

    We usually "see" a movie, but we often "watch" it.

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