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    bring something for , or bring to

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    Re: bring

    Please, make a sentence or two with them. One can't just figure out the meaning of words without their context.

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    Smile Re: bring

    I've taken the liberty of explaining your problem without any context.

    You can bring something to somebody:
    Bring the paper to me.

    or you can bring somebody something:
    Bring me the paper.

    You can also say:
    What shall I bring to the party?
    What brings you to Paris?

    As you may have noticed, I couldn't provide you with a sentence using for with the verb bring.
    Bear in mind I'm not a teacher!

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