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I brought you a little something.
'can' is an auxiliary verb, so in question sentences it is brought to the start of the phrase.
Actually that I bring a huge volume of reference material with me is a makeshift way of preventing people from disputing my case.
A brewery we finance has made a new sweet sake and brought some to us asking us to try it.
Bring me some cold water.
I'm still waiting for my breakfast. Bring it to me now, please.
Let them all come.
Could you bring me a blanket?
Need we bring our dictionaries to class tomorrow?
Do we need to bring our dictionaries to class tomorrow?
Could you bring me a pillow and blanket, please?
I'd get a soup plate and then slide the glass very carefully over to the edge of the table, and let the water run into the soup plate - it doesn't have to run onto the floor.
Be sure to bring rain gear.
The mother bird brought worms for her young ones.
Please bring an ice bag.
Will you send up a bucket of ice?
She need not have brought a lunch.
She took a lot of baggage with her.
She came with good news.
She brought apples, oranges, and so on.

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