General view with eyes.
Past Participle form
I see a bird.
He sees your point of view.
A: What can you see outside your window?
B: I can see my garden and a huge tree.
I saw a brilliant film yesterday.
They saw him on a bus.
A: What did you see at the cinema last night?
B: We saw the new Robert De Niro film.
A: Was it good?
B: It was amazing.
I am seeing Jenny.
* This means that you have a romantic relationship with Jenny.
She was seeing the planes come into land when her phone rang.
A: Are you seeing anyone?
B: Well...I am seeing someone but has only been 2 weeks.
I've seen The Godfather, The Godfather Part 2, but not Part 3.
Has he seen Breaking Bad?
A: I've seen some great films recently.
B: Such as?
A: Midnight Cowboy. It's old but I hadn't seen it before.