Magoosh Comics: Phrasal Verbs With Keep

“Keep” is used in a lot of common phrasal verbs in English, especially spoken English. Kate did a good post on the phrasal verbs “keep on,” “keep up,” “keep up with,” and “keep to”. All of these are phrases you may hear on the TOEFL. To help you remember these phrases and see how they’re used in context, I’ve made a comic strip. Enjoy!


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