I read the following sentence from "English Vocabulary in use-Cambridge":
Everybody is going to bring food to the party.
take=from here to there
bring=from there to here
Why doesn't the author use "take' in the above sentence?
1)Does "go to" mean "at a place" instead of "move to a place" in the above context? 2) Does "going to" mean when we can see the future in the present" in the above context? To make it clear, is it natural to say "Everybody is coming to bring food to the party?
Last edited by Winwin2011; 02-Feb-2013 at 19:03.