I sent to find about about your faith.Two readers of this blog responded saying that such sentences where the verb "send" lacks an object sound grammatical to them. I once again was reminded, as I have been in the past, that something that sounds ungrammatical in my dialect (or, perhaps more personally, my idiolect) may sound grammatical to others.
I thought it would be fun as well as informative to poll visitors to this blog over the question of whether the above sentence sounds grammatical to them. So there is a new poll on this blog just for that. It is the first poll in the right margin of this blog and it has a green background.
It would also be helpful as we evaluate the results of the poll to know what dialects are represented in the poll results. There was no way for me to include that question in the poll design, so after you vote in the poll, would you be willing to add a comment to this blog post, telling what dialect of English you speak? Dialects could be: Canadian, Canadian Maritimes, British RP, British Cockney, Welsh English, Irish English, Nigerian English, American Deep South, American Midwest, Australian, New Zealand, South African, India, etc. Don't feel limited to this list. You can make up a dialect label of your own.