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To have watched / have seen a film

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To have watched / have seen a film

In other questions to watch a film is regarder. Why is to have seen a film voir, as opposed to have watched? Are btye interchageable or not?

Asked 2 years ago
Maarten K.C1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

 

This has been discussed very well previously. There are many, many discussions on the web on this. The 2nd link puts it quite simply with respect to what happens in practice.

https://progress.lawlessfrench.com/questions/view/do-you-voir-un-film-or-do-you-regarder-un-film

https://www.frenchtoday.com/blog/french-vocabulary/french-movie-types-vocabulary-terms/#2-how-to-say-to-watch-a-movie-in-french-voir-or-regarder

To have watched / have seen a film

In other questions to watch a film is regarder. Why is to have seen a film voir, as opposed to have watched? Are btye interchageable or not?

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