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What's the difference between:

Take her with you. And Bring her with you.

My friends are having dinner at Colonial Chicken. I can't make it to dinner but my brother's going and I ask him to bring his girlfriend:

You should take Tina to dinner with you. Or You should bring Tina to dinner with you. Or both okay?
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Both are said commonly. It depends on the tenses in the rest of the sentence.

Bring is used for somebody who is making an item (person included come to you or a place you will be in). Take is opposite.

For example

Bring her to me, Bring her here. At the dinner next week bring your girlfriend along.

Take it away, take this from me. Take your girlfriend to the dinner next week.

I don't think that I have explained that very well but see if you understand.
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Hi,

So Which sentence would I use?

My friends want to have dinner next week and I tell my brother to join us w/ his gf:

You should take Tina to the dinner. Or You should bring Tina to the dinner. Or both okay?
To be correct take tina to the dinner as you won't be there.
What about these sentences? I'm leaving home for a concert should I say:

I'm going to bring the keys with me. Or I'm going to take the keys with me. Shouldn't it be take?

And

I'm going to bring the jacket with me in case it gets cold. Or I'm going to take the jacket with me in case it gets cold.

And

You should bring/take the jacket with you in case in gets cold.

Are they all useable because it seems like they pretty much mean the same thing.
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In both cases can takeyou use take.

You could also bring the keys with you depending on the contextof the rest of the conversation.

"you left your keys, I will bring them to the meeting on Wedsnesday." - you are taking the keys to the meeting to return them.

"I'll take my keys to the meeting on Thursday."-I am expecting to use my keys on Thursday