Using Bring/brought/brought


Using English vocabulary
Lesson nine
Using Bring/brought/brought

A- Bring and take

take = from here to there
bring = from there to here
Are you going to school? Take your books. (from here to the school)
Are you going to the kitchen? Can you bring me a glass? (from the kitchen to here)

B - Bring somebody something

A: I've brought you some apples from
my garden. B: Oh, thank you!
When she visits me, she always brings
me flowers.

C - Bring something back

it's raining. You can take my umbrella and bring it back tomorrow.
TOM: This book is interesting.
ANN: Please take it with you and read it.
TOM: Thanks. I'll bring it back on Friday.
ANN: OK. No problem.

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