What’s the difference between ‘bought’ and ‘brought’?
BOUGHT is the past tense of buy, for example:
I will buy some wine.
I bought some wine.
BROUGHT is the past tense of bring, for example:
I will bring chocolate.
I brought chocolate.
Think of how you would talk about the object in the present tense (did you buy it or did you bring it?) and use the past tense accordingly!
I BOUGHT some lovely wine yesterday and would have BROUGHT it to share, but I drank it all last night.
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