Keep on means to continue doing something. We usually use keep on followed by a gerund (that’s the ING verb).Remember! Keep is an irregular verb, and the three parts are KEEP, KEPT, and KEPT
- The pizza was so good that I kept on eating.
- That guy on the train kept on talking on his phone for an hour!
- Danny decided to keep on working at the restaurant.
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