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Dear English native speakers. Did I *watch* a show by Soul Glo yesterday? Of did I *see* a show by Soul Glo yesterday?

@vasilis Both work, but carry slightly different connotations. If you saw the show in person, I would use “see” - if you watched a video or a stream of the show, I would use “watch”

@vasilis But, it also wouldn’t be incorrect or odd to say “watch” for something you saw in person or “see” for something you watched on TV. “There was a fight in the park so I watched” or “I saw the first episode last night” are also perfectly fine.

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