What is the Meaning of KEEP UP?
to go as quickly as someone, or something, else
1. Technology is changing so quickly. Sometimes it’s hard to keep up.
2. It can be difficult to keep up with spoken English if you don’t know phrasal verbs.
3. I started the race late and I couldn’t keep up.
4. See example of KEEP UP:I was working very hard just to keep up with him.
5. See example of KEEP UP: You can keep up with others, or even move ahead and lead.
6. See example of KEEP UP: Next year, I will keep up with him.
7. See the STORY example of KEEP UP: I would need to jog to keep up with him.
Tip: When you include the object, follow this phrasal verb using with
|present participle:||KEEPING UP|
|past participle:||KEPT UP|