How to say “I see/ I watch”  in Greek.
Learn the present and future form of this verb

Since it is very useful to be able to say “I see”, “I will see” or “I do not see it”, here below, we will explain the verb “βλέπω” in present and future tense
If you prefer to watch and listen to the video first, then click here and listen to teacher Terpsi

This verb is conjugated like the verbs
έχω (I have),
θέλω (I want),
πίνω (I drink),
and you can also find those verbs in our YouTube language videos list.

Let’s first conjugate the verb  «βλέπω»,   in the present tense. 

Εγώ     βλέπ-ω                        I know

Εσύ      βλέπ-εις                      You know

Αυτός,ή,ό  βλέπ-ει                He, she, it knows

Εμείς    βλέπ-ουμε                  We know

Εσείς    βλέπ-ετε                     You know (plural form “you”, or polite form “you”)

Αυτοί,ές,ά  βλέπ-ουν            They know

 

So if your balcony has a sea view, you can say “Βλέπω τη θάλασσα», which means “I see the sea”. 

Or, if you forgot your glasses, you can say “Δε βλέπω καλά», which means “I don’t see well”.

 

You can also say “Βλέπω τηλεόραση», which means “I watch TV” 

or «Βλέπω μια ταινία» —>  I watch a movie 

(Note; in Greek –‘ to see’ or ‘to watch” is the same verb )

This verb can also mean “to meet”, so you can say;
Κάθε Σάββατο βλέπω τα ξαδέρφια μου», which means “I meet my cousins every Saturday”. 

 

Let’s now learn the verb in Future Tense

 

Εγώ θα δ-ω

Εσύ θα δ-εις

Αυτός,ή,ό θα δ-ει

Εμείς θα δ-ούμε

Εσείς θα δ-είτε

Αυτοί,ές,ά θα δ-ουν

 

So if you want to say “I will watch a series tonight”, you will say “Θα δω μια σειρά απόψε».

Or if you want to ask somebody if they will see someone, you can ask  “Θα δεις τη Μαρία αύριο;“” –> “Will you see / meet Maria tomorrow?”


Expressions used on a daily basis in Greece

“Θα δω», —> “I will see”. 

Or

“Θα δούμε»  —>  we will see

It is an answer you can use very often,

For example,; if somebody asks “Θα έρθεις αύριο στο πάρτι;» (Will you come to the party tomorrow?” )
, but you are not sure yet, you can answer;

-Θα δω. (I will see)

-Θα δούμε. (We will see)

CAREFUL : This does NOT mean “See you”, but “We will see”

If you would like to say “See you”, then you use another verb in Greek.
Click here to learn the difference between “see you” and “we will see”, and how to say those expressions in Greek.

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If you like to communicate in Greek, then, apart from grammar, you also need to learn the correct pronunciation in Greek 😉

Take a look at the video with teacher Terpsi and listen to the correct pronunciation of the conjugations and sentences.

 

 

Hope you liked this Greek language lesson.

If you want to learn more Greek verbs and tenses, then

 click here to learn the verbs “to drink” and “to be hungry”.

Click here to learn the verb ‘to understand’

Click here to learn the verb ‘to speak’

Click here to learn the verb “to come”

 

Are you a beginner learning Greek, and you would like to have an overview and grammar introduction of how to conjugate several verbs of this GROUP A verbs?
Then take a look at this eBook, including videos and grammar explanations

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Or

Learn more verbs conjugations of different categories in prensent, future and past tense.
With the “71 Everyday Greek Verbs” you will be able to communicate in Greek.

 

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