Can you find it?
I have to find it.
Ann can't find a job.
I can't find my watch.
I couldn't find his house.
Where did you find the key?
I couldn't find it anywhere.
Where can I find toothpaste?
Where did he find the money?
You can easily find the bank.
I have to find a part-time job.
Where did you find this wallet?
I'm sure I'll be able to find it.
I'll have to find a part-time job.
I can't find Tom. Has he gone already?
Where did you find that strange thing?
I bought every book on Japan I could find.
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She followed him home to find out where he lived.
You'll get into trouble if your parents find out.
You'll find our house at the end of the next street.
As soon as I find it, I'll bring it over to your place.
He woke up to find himself lying on a bench in the park.
We'll have to camp out if we can't find a place to stay.
You'll find the way all right once you get to the station.
Did you find the umbrella you said you'd lost the other day?
Peter has been trying to find a new apartment for some time.
I'd love to be able to find more time that I could spend relaxing.
I'm sure it wouldn't be too hard to find out who hacked into our system.
I looked in my closet for something to wear, but couldn't find anything appropriate for the occasion.
It’s still too hard to find a job. And even if you have a job, chances are you’re having a tougher time paying the rising costs of everything from groceries to gas.