Phrasal verbs with “bring”
Remember, these phrasal verbs are not “bring + particle” but rather units, so learn them as such!
Put these verbs in the correct sentence, conjugated as necessary. You may want to look these words up in a dictionary, as they may have secondary meanings! (Just like in that sentence: “look up” isn’t just “turn your eyes to the sky”, it’s also “find information in a reference book”!)
bring about bring (a)round bring down bring forward bring out bring up
I hate to ____ a sore subject, but this really needs to be dealt with as soon as possible!
It’s very hard to ______ change, because many people are too happy with or too dependent on the status quo.
It took a lot of convincing, but we finally ______ the whole team to our way of thinking
Alcohol always ______ the worst in him: I wish he’d stop drinking!
Given this new information, we’ll have to ______ the date of the next meeting in order to deal with it.
Our team’s loss at the last match has really ____ him _____–we need to do something to pick up his spirits!
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