This page provides example sentences of the verb "Find" in all tenses including active and passive forms, as well as conditional and modal forms.
Base Form find / Past Simple found / Past Participle found / Gerund finding
He often finds unexpected treasures.
Present Simple Passive
The shop is often found easily by new customers.
He is finding it difficult to pay attention.
Present Continuous Passive
New customers are being found at this very moment.
He has recently found a new job.
Present Perfect Passive
A new director has been found for the position.
Present Perfect Continuous
He has been finding it difficult to adjust to his new job.
Jerry found it easy to adjust last week.
Past Simple Passive
A house was found after a long search.
We were finding the house when he walked out the door.
Past Continuous Passive
The house was being found when he walked out the door.
They had found a new apartment by the time their parents arrived.
Past Perfect Passive
A new apartment had been found by the time their parents arrived.
Past Perfect Continuous
We had been finding it difficult to adjust when he helped us out.
They will find friends quickly.
Future (will) passive
New friends will be found quickly.
Future (going to)
He is going to find a hotel when he arrives.
Future (going to) passive
A hotel is going to be found when you arrive.
We will be finding life easy this time next week.
They will have found a new house by the time I arrive next week.
She might find a new job easily.
If she finds a new job, she will move out of town.
If she found a new job, she would move out of town.
Past Unreal Conditional
If she had found a new job, she would have moved out of town.
She can find a new job anytime.
She can't have found a new job!