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Get more likes without strain no 5 while building your language power without strain

Idiom of the day:

To keep abreast of (or with)

This means to keep level and up to date especially with one’s rivals.

Now you can earn as many as four likes on your site by making a sentence in the comment box with this idiom.

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  1. 1.. We should read the newspapers to keep abreast of current affairs….
    2… All of us must at all times keep abreast of changing conditions.
    3… As a multinational corporation, we must keep abreast with the latest developments that take place in the international markets.

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