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Luis
bring, take ,carry, ¿cual es la diferencia?
Oct 29, 2016 2:35 PM
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Suppose I am selling hamburgers at McDonalds, the big restaurant chain. You come in with your friend. Your friend sits down at a table. You come to the counter where I am standing. 1) You are carrying your money in your wallet or purse. 2) You bring your money to me. 3) I hand you your food. 4) You take your food away. 5) You carry your food to the table. 6) You hand a hamburger to your friend. 7) She says "Thank you for bringing me a hamburger." P.S. The difference between "take" and "bring" is slight. Many native speakers, including me, use them "incorrectly" if we are not being careful. You will be understood perfectly well if you use the wrong one.
October 29, 2016
You can look for the answer online, quite easily. This has already been explained hundreds of times on the internet.
October 29, 2016
I could try to explain this but I think the best way to learn is for you write sentences with the verbs and have others correct them. Podria intentar explicarlo pero creo que la mejor manera para que aprendas es que escribes phrases tú y nosotros las corregimos. (perdona mis errores en español estoy aprendiendo tambien)
November 3, 2016
Luis
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