Watch your step.
I bought a watch.
Where is my watch?
He likes to watch TV.
I had my watch fixed.
I'd like to watch TV.
This watch is broken.
I can't find my watch.
Is your watch correct?
Show me another watch.
Did you watch the game?
I had him fix my watch.
I gave him a gold watch.
I had my watch repaired.
How much TV do you watch?
I had him repair my watch.
Your watch is on the desk.
He doesn't watch TV at all.
This watch cost 70,000 yen.
I'll buy a watch for my son.
My watch keeps very good time.
I watch television all day long.
She gave him an expensive watch.
This is the watch that I'd lost.
What is the price of this watch?
He repaired his watch by himself.
I asked him if he wanted a watch.
Watch out for thieves around here.
He caught a boy stealing his watch.
He accused me of having stolen his watch.
I didn't have time to watch TV yesterday.
Tom doesn't watch TV except on Saturdays.
This watch costs around fifty thousand yen.
I bought a watch and I lost it the next day.
Do we need to watch out for tigers around here?
How much time does the average teenager watch TV every day?
I make it a rule not to watch television after nine o'clock.