Bring vs. TakeHow to use "bring" and "take" correctly
Bring is used to suggest movement toward the speaker (or, in some cases, the person being spoken to); take is used to suggest movement away from the speaker:
“Bring your textbook home tonight,” the teacher said.
“Take your textbook home tonight,’ the teacher said.”
“Take your book to school tomorrow,’ the teacher said.”
“‘Bring your textbook to school tomorrow,’ the teacher said.”
I will take it to you right now.
I will bring it to you right now.
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