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The astronauts are taking plants to the moon.
The astronauts are bringing plants to the moon.

Using bring or take depends on where the speaker or doer is. We use bring for things coming to where we are and take for things going somewhere else: Take these cakes to your grandmother and bring (back) some flowers from her garden.

To fetch means to go somewhere else and come back with something: Please fetch me a glass of water (= go and come back with a glass of water)

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My English book is with my brother.
My brother has my English book.

Avoid using be with in the sense of have. Be with means to be together or in company of: He is with his parents

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Kathy always wears black shoes.
Kathy always puts on black shoes.
I put on my clothes in the morning.
I wear my clothes in the morning.

Wear means to have upon the body as a garment or as an ornament. To put on denotes a simple act.

To dress has nearly the same meaning as to put on, but the object of dress is a person and not a thing: He dressed himself and went out, The mother dressed her baby

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I don't sympathise him very much.
I don't like him very much.

Sympathise isn't synonymous with like. To sympathise with means to share some feeling (usually of sorrow) with another person: I sympathise with you in your sorrow.

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John fell down and broke his leg.
John fall down and broke his leg.

The past tense of this verb is fell, not fall. It's principal parts are: fall, fell, fallen.

Fell, felled, felled means to knock or cut down: The wood-cutter felled a large tree.

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