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    to bring vs to take

    I know it has been asked million times but what the difference between "to bring" and "to take"? This question keeps me awake all the time. Help please.

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    Re: to bring vs to take

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    Re: to bring vs to take

    At a basic level, you bring something to a place and take something from a place, but the differences do blur sometimes.

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