brang, brung vs brought : Common Errors in English

About brang, brung vs brought

In some dialects the past tense of “bring” is “brang,” and “brung” is thepast participle; but in standard English both are “brought.”

brought Meaning(s)

  • (v) bring into a different state
  • (v) be accompanied by
  • (v) advance or set forth in court
  • (v) bestow a quality on
  • (v) be sold for a certain price
  • (v) attract the attention of
  • (v) induce or persuade
  • (v) take something or somebody with oneself somewhere
  • (v) cause to come into a particular state or condition
  • (v) cause to happen or to occur as a consequence
  • (v) go or come after and bring or take back

brought in News

  1. Teacher who brought gun pleads guilty

    A Farb Middle School teacher who brought a loaded gun to work, possibly as a means of defending himself on the Tierrasanta campus, pleaded guilty Wednesday to a felony charge of possession of a firearm in a school zone.
    on June 12, 2013 Source: KGTV San Diego

  2. Teen who brought unloaded gun to school gets jail time

    Jacob David Allen, the 18-year-old who brought an unloaded gun onto a school campus, has been sentenced to six months in jail, with five months and 10 days suspended, three years of unsupervised probation and ordered to undergo a behavioral counseling assessment."I...
    on June 11, 2013 Source: The Yuma Sun

  3. Austin Collie Brought in for Work Out With Patriots Tuesday Morning

    The New England Patriots brought in one of Peyton Manning‘s old pals on Tuesday. Austin Collie worked out with the Patriots before minicamp practice, according to a league source. Mike Reiss of ESPN.com had the news first. Collie worked as a slot receiver with the Indianapolis Colts, but he’s been plagued by injury issues. He […]
    on June 11, 2013 Source: New England Sports Network

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