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USE OF KEEP ON, WILL KEEP ON, KEPT ON

We use keep on when we continue to do something, or to do something again and again.

Keep on + Verb

ing

An action which kept on happening.

Formula: Subject + Keep on + Verb ing + Object
  • He keeps on doing home chores.
  • Baby keeps on crying.
  • She keeps on doing makeup.
Formula: Subject + Keep on + Verb-ing(form) + Object

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Sentences

  • I keep on playing cricket.
  • He keeps on speaking English.
  • Ali keeps on studying all time.
  • Alina keeps on doing home chores.
  • We keep on going outside.
  • They keep on teasing us.

  • She does not keep on doing home chores.
  • Ali doesn't keep on playing Cricket.

  • Does she keep on doing home chores?
  • Does Ali keep on playing Cricket?

  • Does she not keep on doing home chores?
  • Doesn't Ali keep on playing Cricket?

Will Keep On

An action which will keep on happening.

Will Keep on + Verb

ing

Future of keep on.

Formula: Subject + Helping Verb + Keep on + Verb ing + Object
  • He will keep on eating.
  • we will keep on coming.
  • They will keep on watching movies.

More Examples

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Sentences

  • Ali will keep on eating.
  • Alina will keep on teasing.
  • She will keep on mumbling.
  • We will keep on playing.
  • They will keep on laughing.

  • I won't keep on playing.

Kept On

An action which kept on happening.

Kept on + Verb

ing

Past of keep on.

Formula: Subject + Kept on + Verb ing + Object
  • She kept on speaking.
  • I kept on waiting
  • They kept on watching movies.

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Sentences

  • I kept on coming but I didn't find you.
  • Ali kept on crying whole the day.
  • She kept on insisting.
  • We kept on saying sorry.

  • Did he keep on telling a lie?