Phrasal verb bring over

3 forms of the verb bring over English verb bring over [brɪŋ ˈəʊvə].
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3 forms of verb bring over: Infinitive (bring over), Past Simple - (brought over), Past Participle - (brought over).

Forms of verb bring over in past tenses

👉 Forms of verb bring over in future and past simple and past participle.
❓ What is the past tense of bring over.

Three forms of verb bring over

Base Form Past Simple Past Participle
bring over [brɪŋ ˈəʊvə]

brought over [brɔːt ˈəʊvə]

brought over [brɔːt ˈəʊvə]

What is 2nd and 3rd form of bring over?

🎓 Base Form (Infinitive) bring over in Past Simple, Future Simple, Present Perfect, Past Perfect, Future Perfect?

  • First form (V1) - bring over. (Present simple, Future Simple)
  • Second form (V2) - brought over. (Past simple)
  • Third form (V3) - brought over. (Present perfect, Past perfect)

What are the past tense and past participle of bring over?

The past tense of bring over is: bring over in past simple is brought over. and past participle is brought over.

What is the past tense of bring over?

The past tense of bring over is brought over.
The past participle of bring over is brought over.

Verb Tenses

Past simple — bring over in past simple brought over. (V2)
Future simple — bring over in future simple bring over. (will + V1)
Present Perfect — bring over in present perfect tense brought over. (have\has + V3)
Past Perfect — bring over in past perfect tense brought over. (had + V3)

bring over regular or irregular verb?

👉 Is bring over an irregular verb?? bring over is irregular verb.

Examples of Verb bring over in Sentences

  •   Alex brought a few friends over to Jhon’s house party (Past Simple)
  •   I’ll bring my violin over so we can practice (Future Simple)
  •   Why don't you bring over a video for us to watch? (Present Simple)
  •   In every area of life, almost every day you try to bring people over to your point of view. (Present Simple)
  •   The first time he left the dragon unleashed, it was only with great difficulty that he managed to bring him over to stay in the forest clearing and not to fly after him to the farm. (Past Simple)
  •   Well, then it will be useful to carry out an advertising campaign to promote the personal brand, in order to finally bring the administration over to convince them that their purchase was not a miscalculation. (Future Simple)
  •   And most importantly - do not try to bring the man over, listen to his opinion. Your task is to make the text more understandable, so that it does not cause questions. (Present Simple)
  •   That is, some people cannot be brought over, no matter what you say or what evidence you give. (Present Simple)
  •   He spoke persistently, as if he were trying his best to bring his father over. His manner of speech was that of an American. (Past Simple)
  •   But he liked me, even though he complained how hard it was to bring me over. (Past Simple)

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