6 Phrasal verbs using “Bring”

6 Useful Phrasal verbs with “Bring”

I think infographics are one of the best ways to learn English language. Today, I’m posting a wonderful infographic from GrammarNet. In this post, I’m giving you 6 very useful phrasal verbs that you may use in everyday English conversation. Remember, you need to use idiomatic expressions in IELTS speaking and no doubt phrasal verbs are very much idiomatic because of their totally different meaning when used with a preposition.

So, learn and practise them in your daily conversation.
[Infographic provided by Grammar.net]

So, here are six common phrasal verbs with bring.

bring to: to come to a place with somebody/something

Johny brought her to the wedding party.

bring out: to make something appear

You don’t know him well. He will bring out an exciting and interesting side of himself.

bring on: to make something develop

bring up: raise

She brought her four children up despite all the hardships.

bring down = to reduce something, to make somebody feel depressed or defeated

I’m so happy today. I won’t allow this minor defeat bring me down.

bring about = to cause something to happen.

Yearly financial losses for two consecutive years brought about total change in the management policy.

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