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“It is I” vs. “It is me”

  • November 25, 2006, 4:00am

I wanted to know the differencce between the use of the words "find" and "think". For example:

A) Do you "think" driving in Paris dangerous?

B) Do you find driving in Paris dangerous?

What is the difference in using either word in each sentence? I know that in the first sentence the verb "is" should be after Paris.

I think that both sentences have the same meaning, but just two different ways to say the same thing. Is one more an American phrase versus the other a more UK phrase?

thank you for your time.

LB