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    Unhappy get/bring - please help

    Dear Members,

    Kindly let me know how to use get and bring. If I ask someone to bring a book to office tomorrow, how should I say.
    "please get that book tomorrow"
    or
    "please bring that book tomorrow".

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    Default Re: get/bring - please help

    Quote Originally Posted by deeppra View Post
    Dear Members,

    Kindly let me know how to use get and bring. If I ask someone to bring a book to office tomorrow, how should I say.
    "please get that book tomorrow"
    or
    "please bring that book tomorrow".
    You've answered the question yourself!

    'Get that book' means obtain the book from somewhere. As a result of that action you become the possessor of the book but it does not mean that I expect you to bring it to the office.

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