i keepShall we have that one or keep i keep us going for a bit?
try to keepChapter 4 gives a review of things which teachers can do, in the face of difficult circumstances, to preserve their equanimity, and to try to keep on good form.
keep upkeep up a reserve here so that
help to keepYes, I mean this would help to keep it down.
i will keep
always keepNo, I mean I, I always keep them.
enough to keepI earn enough to keep us both.
prefer to keep‘I would prefer to keep them if it's all the same with you.’
must keepGARRY SCHOFIELD must keep the Great Britain captaincy for next month's World Cup final against Australia.
keep goingIf he keep going about nervous because of
just keepThe wayfarer's instructions are still deeply rooted in the peasant mind to-day, when he tells you — quite wrongly now —‘You just keep straight on’.
keep a recordIn the later stages pupils need to know about the use of references, and in their own work should be encouraged to keep a record of the sources they have consulted.
keep in mindIt is essential to keep in mind the kind of healthy look you are aiming for, as well as your goal for weight.
keep tellingI keep telling you.
keep sayingI keep saying, no
better to keepWe feel it's better to keep the memories hurrying along.
want to keepI did, because I want to keep it
use to keep
keep aliveThese developments may have been in keeping with the new vision of Empire, but they did nothing to keep alive the Christian symbolism of death as the gateway to life.
keep an eyeI'll install a couple who will keep an eye on her and take care of the grounds.’