How to Conjugate Keep To
- Infinitive: Keep To
- Present Tense: Keep To/ Keeps To
- -ing Form: Keeping To
- Past Tense: Kept To
- Past Participle: Kept To
Definitions of Keep To:
1. When you don’t share information.
Examples: This recipe is too good to keep to yourself!
Donna’s attorney told her to keep the details of the case to herself.
2. To stay within certain limits, topics or areas.
Examples: David has been keeping to a strict budget, so he can save for a new house.
Let’s keep to this route the whole way to Mexico.
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