I have done a homework. In the worksheet there are figures of two digital clocks. One is small and the other one is much bigger.
My teacher said the following sentences contextually are not correct. She gave a red cross mark for each.
But I also provided other options as follows and she gave me green marks that mean correct answers.
I am still confused why the first group using 読む is not contextually correct but the other one using 見る is correct. Do you have any idea? In my understanding, we read the clock and reading is a subset of seeing. Therefore if seeing is considered correct then reading must be also considered correct.