Soccer is the most popular sport brought by Mexicans into America.
Bring not brought. Did she bring the book? -- past simple question Does she bring her lunch? -- present simple question.
Whatever you're personally skilled at. If you can play an instrument, or do a trick, do that. If you can cook or play sports well, do that. If you can draw or dance, do that. Also if you have a collection of anything, bring something you're proud of.
"Brought" is the past stem and forms compound forms with the verb "to have". "Bring" is the infinitive stem and forms compounds with the verb "to do". Thus "have brought" is correct, but "have bring" is not. It could be "did bring". Both "have brought" and "did bring" are past forms, but with different senses; the form with have can refer to many occasions or an unspecified occasion, but "did bring" refers to a specific occasion. "I have brought the food to our Hallowe'en party on many occasions, and I think you have brought it once, but I know for sure that she did bring it last year, just like she says."
No, bring is a verb (bring, brings, bringing, brought).
"Brought" is the past tense form of the verb "to bring".
Normally, the procession up to the altar at the beginning of the Liturgy of the Eucharist is to bring the gifts to be used for the sacrifice, in other words, the bread and the wine, as you mention in your question. However, if there is a collection at that Mass, then the collection would also be brought to the altar as it represents the gifts of the people as well.
No. Brought is the past tense of the verb to bring.
During the period between 1860 and 1940, sports was taken to an international level. It was believed to bring in national unity and national pride. Sports brought cooperation, competition, individual performance and group performance to the fore front.
The past tense of bring is brought.
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Brought is the past tense and past participle of bring. The present perfect tense of bring is have/has brought.I/We/You/They have broughtHe/She/It has brought
the present tense of brought is bring
The past of bring is brought.
The past participle of bring is brought.
it is bring