V n inf
The 'see' group
These verbs are concerned with seeing, hearing, or feeling someone or something perform an action.
He had opened the door and was about to climb in when he noticed a figure detach itself from the shadows of the building and make its way towards him.
It's hard to watch youth slip away in the mirror and realize that you're no longer growing up but growing old.
In the case of see, there may be an inanimate Subject.
The first half of this year saw arrears rise to record levels.
In the case of feel, the noun group is often a reflexive pronoun. This pattern is V pron-refl inf.
feel hear notice observe see watch
I felt myself grow cold and my hands trembled as I read: We have your son. He is safe so far. If you obey orders he will soon be back with you.