Sunday, October 21, 2012

Difference between "bring", "take" and "carry"

Bring
"Bring" means to carry something towards yourself, o when the person making the request is at the destination.
  • Next time don't forget to bring me a copy of you work.

Take
"Take" means to carry something away from yourself, o when the person making the request is NOT at the destination.
  • Coul you take these report to Peter's office.

Carry
"Carry" means to move while supporting, either in a vehicle or in one's hand or on one's body. Use "carry" when the person making the request is NOT at the destination.
  • I had to carry my suitcases from reception up to my room.

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