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  1. Ksenia
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    The verb 'to see'.

    Hello!
    Yesterday I read one sentence: He is thirsty. You should see someone about water.
    I think that the verb 'to see' means 'to find' someone.
    Is it correct?

    Thank you!

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    Re: The verb 'to see'.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ksyu-k View Post
    Hello!
    Yesterday I read one sentence: He is thirsty. You should see someone about water.
    I think that the verb 'to see' means 'to find' someone.
    Is it correct?

    Thank you!
    It's more "ask someone" than "find someone".

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