FALL / FEEL
fall /fɔːl/ – fell /fel/ – fallen /ˈfɔː.lən/ /upadać/
to suddenly go down onto the ground or towards the ground without intending to or by accident
He has fallen flat on his face.
The book fell to the floor.
Warning: Check your verb endings! Many learners make mistakes when using 'fall' in the past tense. The past simple and past participle of 'fall' is 'fell'.
Paul fell off the roof and broke his leg.
'Felt' is the past simple and past participle of 'feel'.
feel /fiːl/ – felt /felt/ – felt /felt/ /czuć/
to experience something physical or emotional
I felt a sharp pain in my shoulder.
She has felt ashamed of herself.
FIND / FOUND
find /faɪnd/ – found /faʊnd/ – found /faʊnd/ /znaleźć/
to discover, especially where a thing or person is, either unexpectedly or by searching, or to discover where to get or how to achieve something
I found my keys under the bed this morning.