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In today’s podcast, you’re going to find out how to use the verb “find” and the phrasal verb “find out.” These two are similar, but actually have different meanings and uses.
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1. Michael’s sister found a chinese restaurant. 2. The chef is from Taiwan and the waiter is from Shanghai. I found this podcast really good 🙂 plus, I’d be really glad if you did a podcast about the differences between in/on/at, which I think every non-native english speaker confuse in some way or another…
Thanks for the suggestion Samuel. I’ll put that on the schedule.
1. His sister found a chinese restaurant.
2. The chef is from Taiwan and waiter is from shanghai
Nice job! Thanks 🙂
1. The person from example and his sister found the chinese restaurant . I didn’t get who that person was.
2. The chef is from Taiwan and the waiter is from Shanghai.
Nice try Vladimir. My sister found the restaurant first.
Awsome Michael find and find out I am very interested , and when a podcast about , call and call up!
Thank’s Vincent….and thanks for the suggestion!
1.That was a Chinese restaurant where was found by your sister.
2.The chef is from Taiwan and the waiter’s from Shanghai.
I find the Podcast through my group on LinkedIn site.
Thanks Nasrin. Nice work!
Hi Michael. Nice podcast, I don´t know the diferents bewteen this two words. I found a good restaurant to eat seefood during my vacation trip in Guadalajara and I found out the owner is from Colombia…
1. Michael´s sister found a chinese restaurant. She found the restaurant first than him.
2. In the restaurant the waiter is from Shanghai and the Chef is from Taiwam
Thanks Jośe….I’m glad you found this podcast then!
i find out that your videos are awesome (y)