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    bring someone.

    hi,

    Can we say "Who brought (by car) you to this concert?" I know that we cannot 'send' someone to a place.

    thanks

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    #2

    Re: bring someone.

    To take

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    #3

    Re: bring someone.

    Quote Originally Posted by sebayanpendam View Post
    hi,

    Can we say "Who brought (by car) you to this concert?" I know that we cannot 'send' someone to a place.

    thanks
    If you are at the concert, you can say to someone else who is there, "Who brought you to this concert?"

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    #4

    Re: bring someone.

    hi again,

    We send someone to Paris or school, right? But do we say "I sent (took/drove) my sister to the airport this morning?"


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    Only if someone else was driving.

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