keep (約束などを)守る

August 25, 2016 =========
☆ keep (約束などを)守る
There are many different ways to use the word, “keep.” In fact, if you check your dictionary you might find about twenty or so different ways to use “keep” as a verb! Today, though, we’ll just look at the idea of keeping “something” such as a promise or an appointment.
When you keep a promise or an appointment, you do what you said you would do. Here are some examples:
I hope my brother keeps his promise to come and visit us during the holidays.
I just don’t trust him; he never keeps his word. (He never does what he says he will do.)
She always keeps her promises.
Can you use keep in a sentence?