TO KEEP UP (1)
TO KEEP UP (1): meaning and examples
Good morning. I hope you had a good weekend.
Over the years, we have done several Daily Vitamins about expressions with the verb KEEP. This week we will look at the different meanings of another expression with KEEP.
Today's expression is: To keep up (with)
It means: to go at the same velocity or same speed as someone.
He walks so fast; I can't keep up with him.
John: How is your English course going?
Chris: Very well! I study at home to make sure I keep up.
Jack: Do you know what David and Lydia's wedding plans are?
Oliver: No, they change their ideas so often it's hard to keep up!
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