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1. follow follow


I'll follow.
Well, said the shopkeeper, motioning for Dima to follow her to the cash register. "That'll be 3,000,000.99, then."
It's your first time doing this kind of work. You should follow the manual exactly until you get more experience.
In the same way as Hegel, Panovsky's notion of the dialectic makes history follow a predetermined course.
Simply follow the instructions below, and in no time you will be printing full color documents just as easily and quickly as black and white.
In spoiling her child, Stella made a rod for her own back in the years that were to follow.
It then became necessary to settle the best route for the line to follow; and that was determined, in the first place, by the shape of the land it had to cross.
The Waterfront's success could mean that other cities soon follow, creating areas that offer people a new kind of city living, with all the benefits and none of the stress, noise and pollution of crowded centres.
She followed me into the kitchen. I followed your advice and stayed at home. Nastąpił wybuch, a po nim chmara dymu.
Stop trying to make us follow all these subtle clues. I wish you would say what you want to say more clearly.
The weight of the world is a dangerous thing to try to bear. Take only a small fraction, and the rest of it will soon follow - crushing you.
When children are ordered to do a certain thing by such adult standards, they frequently refuse to follow the instructions for no other reason than that they have been told to do so.

Inglés palabraseguir"(follow) ocurre en conjuntos:

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2. keep up with keep up with


He's not able to keep up with the rest of his team.
I can't keep up with the work.
A runner will not keep up with a cyclist.
keep up with fashion
I was running in marathon and I wanted to keep up with opponents.
how to keep up with the issues you care about. to Keep up with the Pace of Change in Technology.
I never thought it would be so hard to keep up with my children once they start growing up.
She hired an assistant because she couldn't keep up with the work.
How do you keep up with the latest gossip from friends?
My mum walks too fast and it's really hard to keep up with her
I have got so much homework that i can't keep up with reading books.
I went jogging with my friends but i couln't keep up with them.
We try to keep up with what’s happening.
We do our best to keep up with our competitors.
Why must corporations keep up with the latest marketing strategies?

3. go on go on


Sorry for interrupting Please go on
If you go on eating like that, you're going to get fat within a year.
The show must go on
You can go on studying, I won't bother you anymore.
go on holiday
I can't go on with this report. I need more information.
[She can't go on pretending that everything is fine when it clearly isn't.]
This situation will go on indefinitley if we don't do something
Please, go on
continue/Please, go on. Don't let me interrupt you
The film seemed to go on forever.
I heard the TV go on in the next room.
The lights go on automatically when it gets dark, and go off when it gets light.
We can't go on living like this. She didn't even look up. She just went on reading.
Please go on with what you're doing and don't ​let us ​interrupt you. [+ -ing verb] We really can't go on living like this - we'll have to ​find a ​bigger ​house.

Inglés palabraseguir"(go on) ocurre en conjuntos:

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