How to Conjugate Keep On
- Infinitive: Keep On
- Present Tense: Keep On/ Keeps On
- -ing Form: Keeping On
- Past Tense: Kept On
- Past Participle: Kept On
Definitions of Keep On:
1. To continue doing something.
Examples: The comedian kept on telling jokes despite the crowd booing him.
If she keeps on breastfeeding, she will lose her stomach fat.
2. To remain in a position or place.
Examples: The company decided to keep all the temps on as regular full-time employees when their contract ends.
Keep the television on the news channel.
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