bring on

Hi teachers,

Very often dirty hands bring on various diseases. Correct?

Many thanks.

This seems to be a strange use of ‘bring on’ and I would not use it here.

Dirty hands can lead to various diseases.

Can you make an easy example of “bring on”, please?

It brought on my cold. Is it OK?

‘It’ would be better specified:

Getting soaked to the skin on my way to work in the recent bad weather brought on my cold.

Thank you, BN.

Standing in the rain brought on my cold. Is it correct?


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