Exam“Did you find out if you passed the exam yet?”

To find out something is to learn or come to know it. We often use “find out” when we actively seek out information: “Go and find out if the mail has come.” But it can also be more passive: “I just found out that there’s a big science test next week.”


何かを「find out」は何かを知ることです。積極的に知ろうとするときによくつかいます:「郵便が届いたか調べてこい。」そうでもない場合もあります:「来週科学のテストがあることを今知った。」