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'Bring' and 'Take' are two English words which often get confused by learners of English. Some people think they have the exact same meaning and can be used interchangeably, while others just have no idea of the rules of using these two words.
'Bring' and 'Take' explained simply:
'Bring' is used when something from a different place is coming to where we are. For example:
"Can you bring the tuition fees to the class today?"
'Take' is used when something where we are is going to some other place. For example:
"Don't forget to take your things with you!"
Put simply, 'bring' is used to describe something that is coming, while 'take' is used to describe something that is going.
Which words do you often get confused with?