Hi everyone, today’s phrasal verb is keep up. Basically, it means to remain at the same standard or position as someone or something else; to maintain a necessary pace or level.
- You need to keep up with the metronome’s rhythm, otherwise it will sound awful.
- The teacher told me to keep up the good work.
Hi everyone, today’s phrasal verb is break out. How do we use it?
Well, you can use it in cases when something happens suddenly or starts abruptly like a fire, a riot, etc. You can also use it for saying that something is ready for action or use.
- A riot broke out in prison.
- Break out the guns, we’re going for a hunt!
- There’s been a fire break out in the city mall. Firefighters are already there.