The other day somebody wrote a comment on MyHappyEnglish.com and said, “Please keep making podcasts.” I really appreciate everyone who leaves comments on the website and this one inspired me to put together this lesson. Keep is a very interesting verb because it has several different meanings and uses, so for today’s English lesson let’s check it out.
Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or check the transcript for the details:
- Keep is an irregular verb. The three forms are keep…kept…and…kept.
- I keep my pen in the drawer.
- We keep the dishes in the cabinet above the sink.
- When I buy fruit, I like to keep it in the refrigerator. I like chilled fruit.
- I think it’s a good idea to keep a vocabulary notebook.
- You should keep a journal in English to practice new grammar and vocabulary that you learn.
- Airplane pilots and ship captains always keep a log of their trips.
- I have a new blanket which really keeps me warm and in.
- My sister has a wine cooler, which keeps the wine at the proper temperature.
- Fabrizio always keeps his cars in pristine condition.
- Please keep studying English with me here on the happy English podcast.
- The popcorn was so good that I kept eating it until it was finished.
- Even though I was tired I kept working last night until 11.
- You are doing a great job studying English is so keep going.
- Today is a great day for a hike. The weather is good so let’s keep going until dinnertime.
- I don’t need a break so we can keep going on this project until we finish it.
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