What does "come find" mean? How come two verbs can be used in a row?
"Come find" is a binomial phrase that means to both "come" and then "find" something. Binomial phrases are two words that are connected by a conjunction, and they are very common in English. "Come find" is a shortened version of "come and find", but it is common to drop "and" in English spoken in the United States. Binomial phrases are often made up of two verbs, and are used often when the verbs are occurring simultaneously, or right after one another. Ex: Come and find your car keys so we can drive home. Ex: I'm sick and tired of his bad attitude. Ex: We've been talking on and off.
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