’Keep’ is one of the most common verbs in English, and it forms lots of phrasal verbs, collocations and idioms. Here are some of them to help you express yourselves more naturally:
Keep up the good work!
Our dog buried my wallet somewhere around here. Keep on digging!
If you want to sell more, you have to keep the prices low.
They usually keep things formal in that company.
We like to keep our home clean and tidy.
Could you keep the volume down? The baby is sleeping.
Coffee keeps me awake.
The only way for Tim to get a job is to keep trying.
Keep on driving! We’ll find our way.
Keep quiet! We’re in hospital.
You have to keep him from drinking alcohol.
We work hard to keep our home safe.
Keep off the grass!
We’re not sure what time we’re leaving but we’ll keep you informed.
Keep me updated about the changes in your schedule.
If we keep to the agenda, the meeting will be over in no time.
Everyone should try and keep up with the news in the world.
Peter is not very sociable. He prefers to keep himself for himself.
Sam’s parents keep him from enrolling a master degree because they think he should get a job.
It wasn’t easy to learn to ski but I kept at it and now I can ski.