140 – Search vs Search For – Confusing Vocabulary Lesson

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Search vs Search For-Confusing Vocabulary Lesson

He is searching under the sofa. I wonder what he is searching for.

Search and search for are both used when you want to find something. Do you know the difference? You can use search with or without the preposition, but the usage is different. For today’s English lesson, I’m going show you how you can use search and search for in your everyday English conversations and writing.

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