To see something that is moving (like a play, TV or sporting match)
Past Participle form
I watch football every Saturday.
My friends always go to the cinema to watch the new films.
A: What should we watch tonight?
B: How about Breaking Bad?
A: Nah, I've seen it.
B: Oh, when was that?
I watched my friends in a play.
Last night my friends watched a couple have a fight on the train.
A: What did you do last night?
B: Not much. I just watched TV.
A: Anything good?
B: Not really.
I am watching a terrible film.
She's watching Breaking Bad.
A: Are you watching anything good on TV now?
B: We just started watching Breaking Bad.
A: Is it good?
B: Very. I recommend it.
I have watched football Wembly Stadium.
We've watched her playing for hours.
A: Have you watched sport recently?
B: Yeah, I saw tennis at Wimbledon.
A: What did you think?
B: It was great.