Here’s something I want to bring up today . You can bring up a topic, bring in an expert, bring out a new product, bring about change, bring forward a meeting, and even bring back a book to the library. Yep, today’s lesson is all about bring. Let’s study together.
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- Can we bring up the budget at the next team meeting?
- My boss brought up the idea of hiring more staff during the weekly meeting.
- Listen, Kate is still upset about the trouble she had last week, so if I were you, I wouldn’t bring it up.
- The factory is bringing in some new technology in order to improve production.
- We’ve decided to bring in an outside consultant to help us with online marketing.
- The university is bringing in a number of new professors in order to expand their course offerings.
- I brought out this podcast in 2014 and I brought out my weekly English learning newsletter almost 1 year ago.
- Apple brings out a new version of their iPhone just about every year.
- Tommy’s company is going to bring out the latest edition of their annual catalog next month.
- The detective brought out evidence that helped solve the case.
- The teacher brought out a map to show the class where the country is located.
- At the restaurant last night, the chef brought out an amazing dessert, which ended the meal on a sweet note.
- The new design of the website brings out the simplicity and elegance of the company’s brand.
- The accessories she wore really brought out the beauty of her dress.
- The lighting brings out the details of the painting, making it look stunning.
- The new law will bring about significant changes in the finance industry.
- The project’s success brought about a promotion for the team leader.
- The strike brought about a compromise between management and the union.
- We had to bring forward the meeting due to a scheduling conflict.
- I’m sorry, I can’t make the original time. Can we bring our appointment forward?
- Everyone in the office was in a panic because the boss decided to bring forward the deadline for the project.
- At the library, you can borrow up to four books on the same topic, but you need to bring them back within 2 weeks.
- Can you do me a favor and bring back the files I left in the conference room?
- After the meeting today, Jack is going to bring the clients back to their office
- According to the latest fashion news it seems like they’re trying to bring back bell bottom eans.
- The new management is trying a number of ways to bring back the company’s success of the past.
I wish the diner would bring back their all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet. That was awesome.
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