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    #1

    bring/bring on

    Is there any difference in meaning between "1" and "2"?
    1. What do you say you and I clear the table and bring on dessert?
    2. what do you say you and I clear the table and bring dessert?

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    Re: bring/bring on

    They would be understood to mean the same.

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