Mini-Lesson: Keep Going

keep going

Mini-Lesson: Keep Going

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The word keep may be used to talk about a continuing activity. We say keep going to mean

that a person should continue doing something.

To emphasize the idea of continuation or duration, people often use the preposition “on” as

an additional element: “keep on going”.


In context

Read the paragraph below and take the quiz to test your knowledge!

Alice: How far have you run today?

Max: I’ve run 5 miles already, and I have 3 more to go.

Alice: Keep going! You’re doing great.

Max: Thanks. Let’s talk when I’m done.

Talk about it: Use keep+ verb + -ing to tell someone to continue doing something, try

adding “on” for emphasis!

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