Indeed, that is correct. In general, phonetics are problematic in English, big time (non-English native here).
PS: In fact, I find many Czech words and their various forms closer to Sanskrit and could guess their meanings basis my knowledge of Sanskrit. Would even say those who know some Sanskrit may even have an advantage learning Czech.
Overall very good learning experience here.
It is sometimes in English in the repetitive sense. Aso of late we have been seeing... But then we would use the iterative vídat in Czech, not vidět.
Also w I am seeing is using when we have meetings or dates with someone. That is also vídat někoho or vídat se s někým.