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Look & View - the meaning of both words is very similar
Look – to see something with your eyes; "look" is usually used with a preposition such as at, into, for etc.
- We are going to look at the pictures.
- My dogs look at the cats. I hope they can be friends.
- We are going to the park to look at the flowers.
View – to examine or check something or someone with your eyes
- We are going to look for a new car.
- My sister wants to view my work contract.
- I want to live in a house with a great view.
- I can not view the website. The website is not online.
- Did you view the new movie, that came out last week?
Learned & Learnt - With Voice/Audio
Ms. - Miss - Mrs. - With Voice/Audio