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Hi everybody. Let's imagine what you have to go to an interview and that you'd been told to bring a copy of your resume...when you get there and are in front of the interviewer, to let him know that you have the copy with you, what could you say: I have brought the cv over/ around/ in. Maybe the only verb "to bring" is enough, but if you wanted to use a phrasal verb, which preposition would associate with "bring" in this context and why? Thanks
Being more patient would be a very good idea. Not only is there no need to chase answers after such a short period of time, but you also need to be aware that it is Sunday and in much of the world, that is a day for us to rest!
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