Lindsay McMahon
"The English Adventurer"

Are you an emotional person? Do you “lose it” easily?

Today find out how to use the words “to lose” and “to find” in ways that your textbook never taught you!

Remember that if you lose something at a yoga studio, a gym, even a school there is sometimes a “lost and found” bucket where people put things that they find. Check there!


“Lost” Expressions:

  • To lose something: To misplace an item
  • To lose it: To laugh uncontrollably
  • To lose it: To lose your temper
    • Bonus: To fly off the handle


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“Find” Expressions:

  • To locate something that you had lost
  • To find out: To passively receive information about something, to get news about something


The key to remembering these phrases is to listen as much as possible to natives.

You need to hear them being used so that you use them correctly.


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