What is the meaning of
for English Language Learners (ELL) – those learning to speak English as a Second Language (ESL), or English as an Additional Language (EAL)
find out something
find something out
learn by observation, study, or a search
FIND OUT is commonly followed by one of these words:
- if, whether
1. I would like to find out who is involved in this. There have been a lot of meetings behind closed doors* lately.
*behind closed doors is an idiom that means: privately
2. He just wants to find the truth out.
3. The police said they may never find out the truth.
4. Can you please find out if Maria is available to work on Monday?
5. We found out that the sale ends today.
6. I want to find out why the price has increased so much.
7. Can you please find out what your family wants to do for Easter this year?
8. He wants to find out when my bank balance is.
9. Can you please find out where your family wants to celebrate Easter dinner?
10. I need to find out how much money I have left in my bank account.
|present –||FIND OUT|
|present participle –||FINDING OUT|
|past –||FOUND OUT|
|past participle –||FOUND OUT|