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@Foteini posted:

I would like to ask if the following sentence is correct:

”all the Christmas movies you want to see”

i thought that we can only say watch a movie

Hello, Foteini—"All the Christmas movies you want to see" is not a sentence. It's a noun phrase in which "(that) you want to see" is a relative clause. An example of a sentence containing your noun phrase is this: "You can see all the movies you want to see." It is perfectly fine to speak of seeing movies, as well as of watching them. Have you seen Star Wars?

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