Bring Over

Bring Over

Infinitive: Bring Over
Present Tense: Bring Over/ Brings Over
-ing Form: Bringing Over
Past Tense: Brought Over
Past Participle: Brought Over
It is a separable phrasal verb that can
be used in one way
  1. 1

    To bring someone or something from one place or area to another.

    Chris brought a few friends over to Saren's house party.
    I'll bring my guitar over so we can practice.

Bring Over
  1. Can you please ______ my purse ______ to me?
  2. America _______ _____ a lot of troops from Afghanistan, but they need to _______ them all ______.
  3. Our neighbors _______ ____ a cake to welcome us and introduce themselves.
  4. I told Jackie she could stay the night at my house, but she _______ _____ more than one night's worth of stuff. How long is she planning on staying?
  5. Kids always want to _______ their toys ______ to someone else's house when they go to visit.

Listen for the phrasal verb Bring Over in this funny video clip from the movie Clueless

  1. Cher: You want to go swimming?

    Christian: Let's watch the movies.

    Cher: Oh, okay. Christian had a thing for Tony Curtis so he _______ ____ "Some Like It Hot" and "Spartacus." My feet are cold. Thanks.

    Christian: Oh, watch this part. This is good. Are you okay?

    Cher: I'm fine.
  2. What was the video clip about?

Change the sentences above into questions, then change them into negatives.

  • Can you please bring my purse over to me?
    America brought over a lot of troops from Afghanistan, but they need to bring them all over.
    Our neighbors brought over a cake to welcome us and introduce themselves.
    I told Jackie she could stay the night at my house, but she brought over more than one night’s worth of stuff. How long is she planning on staying? (You don’t wanna know)
    Kids always want to bring their toys over to someone else’s house when they go to visit. (True!)

  • LOIEnglish

    Ha! It reminds me of the story by Cortazar, Casa tomada.

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