Learn useful collocations with KEEP in English.
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Keep a diary
- I decided to keep a diary of our trip to Toronto.
Keep a promise
- It is easier to make a promise than to keep a promise.
Keep a secret
- Can I trust you to keep a secret?
- Please, whatever happens, try to keep calm.
- My mother likes to keep control of everything.
Keep in touch
- I keep in touch with a lot of my friends around the world.
- Please, keep quite when I’m on the phone.
- It’s usual to keep records of all expenses.
- We have to keep scoring the points in the fourth quarter.
Keep someone’s place
- Would you mind keeping my place for a minute?
Keep the change
- I told the taxi driver to keep the change.
Keep your balance
- You must learn to keep your balance in skating.
Useful collocations with KEEP in English.