English version

find yourself

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfind yourselffind yourselfinformalFIND OUT to discover what you are really like and what you want to do – often used humorously She went to India to find herself. find
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find yourselfShe went to India to find herself.It goes without saying that almost invariably the instances of animal behaviour that we find ourselves discussing involve adult creatures.But one thing leads to another, and Sister Helen finds herself challenged to put her beliefs on the line.And the other morning I found myself feeling guilty about something I'd said to some one about twenty years ago.He has gone back through that door to find himself in 1963.I found myself just doing things without even thinking about them - my fingers seemed to work away on their own.Conclusion Most of the children who read this book find themselves quite liking Gowie Corby.Organizations that make them often find themselves settling happily into the healthy habit of regular truth-telling.Practically put, corn farmers would find themselves with unwanted inventories of output.
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