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Thread: Bring/Give


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    Unhappy Bring/Give

    Well, I know that with the verbs give/bring, I can use: give somebody something or give something to somebody.
    But, when I'm talking and someone says: "How should I do this homework". I answer: "Do it and next week, give me / bring me."
    Is it right or do I need to say: "give it to me"?
    In my opinion, the use of "it" wouldn't be necessary here.
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    Re: Bring/Give

    Hand it to me: give
    Carry it with you: bring

    Try,
    Bring your homework tomorrow, and give it to me.

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