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***Where did you find their cat?
***You’ll find this interesting.
***You’re a hard person to find.
***Call me if you find something.
***Can you find out where Tom is?
***Could you find me an attorney?
***Did someone find out about us?
***Find out what Tom is carrying.
***He asked me if I had found it.
***He found a ball in the garden.
***He was found guilty of murder.
***How did you find this sweater?
***I awoke to find myself famous.
***I don’t know if you found one.
***I failed to find Mary’s house.
***I found this book interesting.
***I want to find a box for this.
***I was hoping to find you here.
***I will find you a good doctor.
***Let me know what you find out.
***Luckily, he found a good seat.
***May I help you find something?
***She found her first gray hair.
***She found pleasure in reading.
***She found the key to my heart.
***She never found out the truth.
***So far, they’ve found nothing.
***The police will never find us.
***The prisoner was found guilty.
***They found nothing suspicious.
***Tom is the one who found Mary.
***Tom managed to find a new job.
***Tom never found out the truth.
***Tom said he’d found something.
***We found a copy of Tom’s will.
***We found him bound and gagged.
***We haven’t found anything yet.
***We need your help finding Tom.
***We’ll find a place of our own.
***We’re never going to find Tom.
***We’ve got to find another way.
***What if your parents find out?
***You find it in any dictionary.
***You found yourself a nice guy.
***You have to find your own way.
***You need to find your own way.
***At last, I managed to find him.
***Have you found a place to live?
***He could find her house easily.
***He finds fault with everything.
***We have to find out what needs to be done.
***When my mom finds out, she won’t be happy.
***Who knows what we’ll find up in the attic?
***You need to tell us where we can find Tom.
***You told Tom where to find me, didn’t you?
***You won’t find a dog bigger than this one.
***You won’t find another deal like this one.
***You won’t find this book in any bookstore.
***You’ll find the letter under these papers.
***A mine is where you find precious minerals.
***Did you find a lot of Algerians in Germany?
***Did you make a serious attempt to find Tom?
***First, we have to find out where they live.
***Go straight, and you will find the station.
***He found it difficult to solve the problem.
***He found it impossible to go there on foot.
***I couldn’t find the page I was looking for.
***I find his ideas about leisure interesting.
***I found a strange object lying on the road.
***I found it difficult to achieve my purpose.
***I found it pleasant walking in the country.
***I found the missing piece of your necklace.
***I found this on the way to the supermarket.
***I found Tom waiting for me when I got home.
***I found your coat after you left the house.
***I found, to my surprise, that she was dead.
***I hope I can find someone who will help us.
***I need to find out exactly what went wrong.
***I need to find something interesting to do.
***I only found out about that a few days ago.
***I still haven’t found what I’m looking for.
***I’m sure we’ll find something you can wear.
***I’m the one who told Tom where to find you.
***I’m trying to find the person who did this.
***I’ve already found somebody to do that job.
***I’ve been trying to find the hotel all day.
***It is not easy to find the way to the park.
***It took a moment for Tom to find his voice.
***Let me know if you know where to find some.
***No one has yet found the fountain of youth.
***One day Byron awoke to find himself famous.
***The prisoner was found guilty by the judge.
***Tom found Mary where he expected her to be.
***Tom had trouble finding a public telephone.
***Walking along the street, I found a wallet.
***We can’t find anything wrong with your car.
***We haven’t been able to find out much else.
***We’ve got to find out what happened to Tom.
***What’ll happen to Tom if he’s found guilty?
***When I opened the door, I found him asleep.