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Kwiziq community member
27 January 2018
Do you "voir un film" or do you "regarder un film"?
This question relates to:French lesson "Pour + infinitive = In order to"
29 January 2018
30 January 2018
11 April 2018
According to Duolingo, "regarder" is used with more intent while "voir" is used more passively
Elle va voir la ville - She's going to see the city
Le chat regarde le poisson - The cat is (actively) watching the fish
Kwiziq language super star
1 September 2018
Just to add to this excellent discussion you could only say:
"Je suis en train de regarder un film." (not voir here).
It's the same distinction as-
To hear (entendre) and to listen (écouter) .
The former is a passive action, the latter requires input from the subject .
Hope this helps!
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