Actually i did not ask a question. I just said "I do not want to see you suffer" is like "Let me go". I think "to" is not used after the verb "see" (like "let"). Am i right? Let me ask another question please. I saw a sentence here: "I saw him running". When i heard the sentence above i thougt it could be "I saw him run". So are both of the sentences (I saw him running and İ saw him run) correct? and what about "Let me going" or "I do not want to see you suffering"? Thanks in advance.
Now my excuse for not writing Turkish is that I have no Turkish keyboard handy.
"I do not want to see you suffer." and "I do not want to see you suffering." are both unusual sentences whereas "Let me go." is common.
Yes "I saw him running." and "I saw him run." are both correct
I don't want to write incorrect sentences here.
"see to" is used in spoken English meaning "do" or "make" e.g. "Can you see to the cooking tonight."