"¿Cuándo ves a tu madre otra vez?"
Translation:When do you see your mother again?
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I wrote "When do you watch your mother again?" and it was marked wrong. I get that it can mean "see", but it meant "watch" in earlier examples in the context of movies and TV. If your mother is sick and you're watching her as a caretaker -- which I thought was what they must mean here -- would it not mean "watch" in that sense?
That's a good example of "context is everything".
This might help, as "MIRAR" & "VER" are used differently!