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Spanish Verb Traer
Can you get 10 out of 10?
The students hardly ever bring their pencil cases.
1.) Los alumnos casi nunca los estuches.
I bring good news for everyone.
2.) buenas noticias para todos.
This week my mother takes me to school.
3.) Esta semana me mi madre al colegio.
Do you bring the photos of the birthday?
4.) ¿ las fotos del cumpleaños?
Miguel brings biscuits everyday.
5.) Miguel galletas todos los días.
Mom, I have my reports!
6.) ¡Mamá, las notas!
Do you (all) bring the reports completed?
7.) ¿ los informes terminados?
We bring a lot of dirty laundry from our holiday.
8.) mucha ropa sucia de las vacaciones.
Marta always brings you a present for your birthday.
9.) Marta siempre te un regalo para tu cumpleaños.
Can you bring me a bottle of milk?
10.) ¿Me puedes una botella de leche?

Traer = to bring

We use traer when talking about someone delivering something.
El cartero nos trae el correo todos los días. (the postman brings us the mail every day).

If somebody gives us a lift, we use “traer” when we get to our destination.
Siempre me trae mi amiga a trabajar. (Mi friend always takes me to work).

We use “traer” when in English we use “bring” with the sense of carrying something but only when we are in the target place of our journey, otherwise we use “llevar”.
In a barbecue: Tú siempre traes una ensalada. (You always bring a salad).
Before the barbecue: Yo llevo la ensalada. (I (will) bring the salad).

To form the negative of all Spanish verbs, you simply place the word "no" in front of the verb.
Tengo = I have, No tengo = I do not have.

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