Collocations with 'keep'

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Activity

Complete each sentence choosing the correct option


  1. When someone asks you to "keep a secret", they are asking you to   .

  2. When you ask someone to "keep track" of what they eat, you're asking them to   .

  3. When someone asks you to "keep in touch", they want   .

  4. When someone tells you to "keep it up", they want you   .

  5. "Keeping someone at bay" means you're   .

  6. When someone is "keeping their friend in check", they are making sure   .

  7. "Keeping yourself grounded" means you are   .

  8. If you were to tell someone to "keep the change", you are   .

  9. When you are "keeping up with the Joneses", you are   .

  10. "Keeping a promise" means you will   .

Discussion

Practice your writing skills by discussing the questions below


  1. Select some of the collocations above and try to use them in a sentence.

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