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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #29208: Verbs and prepositions
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    Verbs and prepositions

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    English exercise "Verbs and prepositions" created by fouine18 with The test builder
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    1. If you keep a friend, you stay in contact with him by writing, telephoning or seeing him regularly.
    2. If you keep some information , you do not tell all that you know about something.
    3. If you keep someone , you make them stay indoors.
    4. If you keep someone or something a particular place, you prevent them from going there.
    5. If you keep from somewhere, you avoid going there.
    6. If you keep the size of something , you do not let it get bigger or go higher.
    7. If you keep someone, you stay friendly with them, often in order to gain some advantages for yourself.
    8. If you keep doing something, you continue to do it and do not stop.
    9. If you keep someone , you control them so that they only behave in the way you want them to.
    10. If you keep an agreement, you do exactly what you're expected to do.

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