Repeat after the tutor.
- Keep the front door locked.
- Keep this microwave clean.
- I kept the cookies crispy.
- He kept the apple fresh.
- I don’t keep my room clean.
- She doesn’t keep her hair dry.
- Do you always keep this door open?
- Does she always keep her closet full?
- Did you keep the green tea ice cream cold?
- Did you keep the temperature high?
- Keep this soup hot.
- Keep this trunk open.
- Keep your hands clean.
- Keep this door closed.
- Keep your voice low.
Here are some grammar tips.
Go over the following vocabulary and expressions with your tutor. Use the illustration above if needed.
|dig||(v) to move soil, sand, snow, etc., in order to create a hole
e.g. You need to keep digging the hole so it gets bigger.
|temperature||(n) a measurement that indicates how hot or cold something is : a measurement in degrees showing the heat of something (such as air or water)
e.g. I kept the temperature cool in the room.
|conference||(n) a formal meeting in which many people gather in order to talk about ideas or problems related to a particular topic (such as medicine or business) usually for several days
e.g. Do you want to keep attending this conference?
|similar||(adj) almost the same as someone or something else
e.g. You keep making the designs so similar.
|charge||(v) to give an amount of electricity to (something) : to put electricity into a battery so that a machine or device will run
e.g. You need to keep charging the phone.
|teacher’s pet||(n) a pupil who has won the teacher’s special favor
e.g. Do you want to keep being the teacher’s pet?
|impact||(n) the act or force of one thing hitting another : a powerful or major influence or effect
e.g. If you keep hitting that, the impact will be big.
|annoy||(v) to cause (someone) to feel slightly angry
e.g. Why do you keep annoying me?
|belong to||(phrasal verb) to be the property of (someone) : to be owned by (someone)
e.g. I’m going to keep saving money so I can buy that dog and it will belong to me.
|opposite||(adj) located across from something : completely different
e.g. This balloon is blue, so keep the other ones pink so they are opposite.
Go over the following exercise with your tutors.
- Make a sentence.
- warm / keep / heart / your / .
- your / light / weight / keep / .
- skin / kept / her / she / moist / .
- kept / he / his / charged / phone / .
- keep / you / busy / do / yourself / ?
- Correct the following sentences.
- Keep this trunk opened.
- Keep this door close.
- Keep your skin softly.
- My mother kept this refrigerator’s full.
- Did you kept your head cool?
- Answer the following questions.
- What should you keep in the refrigerator? (Use “keep”)
- What is important to keep clean? (Use “keep”)
- What are some things that you have to keep doing everyday? (Use “keep”)
- (Homework) Write a paragraph.
- Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
- Teacher’s pet: Tell us about a teacher who had a real impact on your life, either for the better or the worse. How is your life different today because of him or her?
- 1984: You’re locked in a room with your greatest fear. Describe what’s in the room.