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Phrasal Verbs

keep from (1)

This page is about the phrasal verb keep from (1)

Meaning

If something or someone keeps you from doing something, it means you can't do it.

For example

  • keep sb from sth Are you busy? I don't want to keep you from your work.

  • keep sb from doing sth Most parents find it very difficult to keep their kids from eating unhealthy snacks.

Quick Quiz

My wife and I try to keep our children from

a. doing their homework

b. playing computer games too much

c. learning English

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