Bring on/ Bring about
Here are two sentences:
-Polio, or infantile paraphis, brought__ his lameness when he was only 7.
-Drinking and dissipation brought ___problems with his constitution.
Would you fill in those blanks with on or about ? Or either?
Tell me why , thanks .
Re: Bring on/ Bring about
With health, we often use 'on', but 'about'would make sense in the first, where the lameness is solely caused by polio.
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