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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #90826: Take / Bring / Fetch
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    Take / Bring / Fetch


     



    Take  /  Bring


     Take and bring follow rules that are similar to those of go and come.
     Take:    |---------------------------->
                           away from
     Bring:     <-------------------------------|
                            towards
     take is like go, something going away is taken from you. bring is like come: something coming your way is brought to you.
                            you take things there.                             you bring things here.

     Teacher: There is a maths test tomorrow, don't forget to bring your pocket calculator!
         
     Mother: Sue, there is a maths test today, don't forget to take your calculator to school!
              
     Lucy: Hello John, could you bring your sister to my party next Saturday?
          
     John : Mum, may I take Sue to Lucy's party next Saturday?  
            


      Takeaway meal

     


     What brings you here?

     


     Fetch


     Fetch: to go, get and bring back 
     Fetch   |----------------------------------------------->
                <------------------------------------------------
     Robert is arriving at the airport at noon. Could you go and fetch him?
     
     Far-fetched;
                                                     A far-fetched story

     

     The dog fetched the ball that its master had tossed.

     This boy is teaching his cat to fetch a toy.





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