English learning tips the difference between “Find” or “Search”

by | Dec 14, 2018 | English and Study Tips

Ibraheem Basheer Ilyasu

Ibraheem Basheer Ilyasu

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Common English learning tips for beginners

Today I am going to show you the difference between English verbs “FInd” and “Search”.

 

Thank you,

Ibraheem Basheer Ilyasu

The Difference between "Find" or "Search"

 

“Find” means to discover, understand, feel or become aware of something. In case of find, you are not looking for a missing thing or trying to get to something you have lost.

 

For example: Her parents are very anxious indeed to find a teacher for her.

 

“Search” means to look for something thoroughly in a place.  Search is used when you are trying to look for something that is missing or lost.

 

For example: Tom searched the room.

 

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