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    wowenglish1 is offline Senior Member
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    Default Bring on the steak

    Bring on the steak! Anna has teeth!

    1. What is the meaning of "Bring on the steak"?
    2. Is "on" adverb or preposition?
    3. Is there any difference in meaning between "A" and "B"?
    A: Bring the steak! Anna has teeth!
    B: Bring on the steak! Anna has teeth!

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    Rover_KE is online now Moderator
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    Default Re: Bring on the steak

    In what context did you see this sentence?

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