We’re having a discussion regarding the finer points of the usage rules of ‘bring’ and ‘take’.
Scenario: you and I are going to a third person’s party.
“What are you bringing to the party?” I ask.
“I’m bringing an apple pie. What are you bringing?”
“What are you taking etc.”
The boss says in this case it’s ‘take’ that must be used. I disagree, but I don’t know the rule (if there is one) about this usage.
Any grammar superheroes out there that can offer a definitive answer to this?