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He found me a taxi.
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He found me a taxi.

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Jun 9th 2014, 15:49
From what I can make out the Chinese says: "He helped me get a taxi".
Jun 10th 2014, 07:37
Can you please explain what is the difference in the meaning between "He found me a taxi" and "He helped me get a taxi"?
Jun 11th 2014, 01:29
Re:r "He found me a taxi" First of all the word "find"" suggests that something is hard to come by so I can picture someone walking out in the street and flagging one down. On the other hand "He helped me get a taxi" is more general. He could have gone to the front desk and asked them to call one, he could have acted as interpreter etc. etc.

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