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2007.09.18(Review of 2003.09.03 edition)

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Today's Lesson
FIND (something easy)   (やさしいと)わかる、知る


  • We often use the expression “find (something) + ADJECTIVE” to state what we notice about, or how we feel about, something or someone.
  • 物や人について、気づいたことや感じたことを表すときに find (something) + 形容詞、という表現をよく使います。

FIND (something easy)


  1. (after attending a training workshop)
    I found the workshop very interesting.
  2. a: Don't you find learning Japanese difficult?
    b: Actually, I've always found learning languages rather easy.
  3. a: You've been at your new job for two months now, haven't you?
    b: That's right.
    a: How are you finding things so far?
    b: Well, the hours are longer than I expected, but I really like the people I work with - except my supervisor, that is. I find him a little arrogant.
  4. I think you'll find the project fun to work on.

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