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In this English lesson, you will learn the difference between ‘seek’, ‘search’ and ‘find’. A lot of people get confused and used them interchangeably and incorrectly while speaking English. Each of them has a specific usage in the English language.
“Seek” means to look for something which is not a physical object. It is a verb, its present form is ‘seek’, its past and past participle forms is ‘sought’.
- Are you actively seekingjobs?
- I think it’s time we soughtlegal advice.
- The company is seekingnew ways to improve service.
“Search” means to look for something thoroughly in a place. It is a verb, its present form is ‘search’, its past and past participle forms is ‘searched’.
- Police searched forclues in the area.
- He has been searchinghis key all day.
- She searchedthe Web for information about the car.
- He searchedher face, hoping to see some glimmer of emotion.
“Find” means to discover, understand, feel or become aware of something. When used as a verb, its present form is ‘find’, its past and past participle forms is ‘found’.
- I have founda good restaurant near the office.
- I foundmy glasses under the table.
- Hefound great comfort in his work.
- I often findmyself thinking about her.