The difference between“bought“y“Brought“
“bought“y“brought“they are easily confused because they sound so similar.
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- “Bought“ is the past tense of“to buy“. Por ejemplo:
- I bought a new laptop.
- “Brought“ is the past tense of“bring“. Por ejemplo:
- James brought the birthday cake to the restaurant this morning.
“Bought“is the simple past tense and the past participle of the verb“to buy“.
Example sentences with“bought“:
- I bought a seven-dollar pen because I always lose pens and I got sick of not caring. (Comedian Mitch Hedberg) ✔️
(Here,“bought“is in the simple past tense.)
- Men who have a pierced ear are better prepared for marriage – they have experienced pain and have bought jewelry. (Comedian Rita Rudner) ✔️
(Here,“bought“is a past participle.)
“Brought“is the simple past tense and the past participle of the verb“bring“.
Example sentences with“brought“:
- I brought the film like a flower to the world. (Film director Claude Chabrol) ✔️
(Here,“brought“is in the simple past tense.)
- Great things are done by a series of small things that have been brought together. (Artist Vincent Van Gogh) ✔️
(Here,“brought“is a past participle.)
Let the r in“brought“remind you of“bring.“
Brought or Brung?
The past tense of“bring“es“brought“.“nose“does not exist. It’s a misspelling.“Brang“doesn’t exist either. It is also a spelling error. This mistake is understandable when you consider the similar-looking past forms of verbs:
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Common Terms with“Bought“and“Brought“
- bought a car
- bought as seen
- bought the farm
- bought the dummy
- brought a smile to my face
- brought a tear to my eye
- brought down
- brought forward
- brought into question
- brought it up
- brought to bear