Eugene Ryder

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Re: “Bring” vs. “Take” differences in UK and American English  •  October 19, 2012, 12:40pm  •  1 vote

Interesting, Percy. It may explain why Michael Schumacher (who usually knows his stuff) always gets the third conditional wrong in interviews...

Re: “Bring” vs. “Take” differences in UK and American English  •  October 10, 2012, 11:35pm  •  0 vote

Perhaps there is no real blurring of meaning, and that that is why these two verbs have become interchangeable for some. In the example in the first post (Can I take/bring you home?), the meaning is c

Re: “Bring” vs. “Take” differences in UK and American English  •  October 7, 2012, 7:53am  •  0 vote

"English (other than American English) has a clear differentiation between the two words." Ahem, there is a tendency for British English speakers to sound quite condescending in their "correction"