What's different between "find out" and "find"?
"Find out" means discover some information. You can "find out" something about someone, some place, etc. You usually "find out" something by doing research or from someone else. We use find out + [something]. The usual grammar is find out + [noun phrase] and find out + [subject/verb]. "Find" means to locate something. You can "find" an object or a thing. You can even find a person. You can find something that you lost, or find something you are searching for. You usually find something by your own action. Ex: If you find a good restaurant near the office, let me know. Ex: I found my bag. It was on my desk. Ex: Did you find out why he got fired? Ex: I found out that I am getting a promotion.
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