Phrasal verbs bring 1 : bring about (cause, make happen): The internet brought about great changes in people’s leisure activities.
bring along (bring someone or something with you when you come to a place): You should bring along your marriage certificate.
b- along (train or help someone improve): The coach is trying to bring along many young football players.
bring around (change someone’s opinion): It is difficult to bring him around to our way of thinking.
bring around: John had fainted, but we managed to bring him around with some cold water.
b- around ((bring someone or something to a place): Can I bring along a guest to the party?
bring back (bring something with you when you come back from somewhere): I’ll bring back a few souvenirs from my vacation in Paris.
bring back (cause to remember): These photos bring back memories of my childhood.