This page provides example sentences of the verb "Bring" in all tenses including active and passive forms, as well as conditional and modal forms.
Base Form bring / Past Simple brought / Past Participle brought / Gerund bringing
She often brings friends to work.
Present Simple Passive
Presents are brought to the reception.
Mary is bringing Jack to the party.
Present Continuous Passive
Jack is being brought by Mary to the party.
I haven't brought much food today.
Present Perfect Passive
A number of books have already been brought back to the library.
Present Perfect Continuous
She has been bringing her friends along for years.
Alice brought a new friend to the party.
Past Simple Passive
This contribution was brought by John.
I was bringing out the present when she burst into the room.
Past Continuous Passive
The change was being brought about by the local authorities.
The others had brought the food before they arrived.
Past Perfect Passive
The food had been brought by the others before they arrived.
Past Perfect Continuous
She had been bringing different friends to work for years before her boss told her to stop.
Janice will bring the dessert.
Future (will) passive
The dessert will be brought by Janice.
Future (going to)
I am going to bring the drinks to the party.
Future (going to) passive
The drinks are going to be brought by Larry.
This time next week we will be bringing about a number of changes.
A number of changes will have been brought about by the time you receive this note.
He might bring his girlfriend to the party.
If he brings Sharon, I will leave!
If he brought his friends, they would leave.
Past Unreal Conditional
If he hadn't brought his mother, the problems wouldn't have arisen.
I think you should bring your friend.
He should have brought more money.