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Jessica J-R
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How do I say "keep (doing something)" in Spanish I'd like to know the best, most accepted, and natural way to express in Spanish that somebody keeps doing something. I've heard "seguir" and no dejar de..." before and perhaps someone could give me some examples. Here's what I had in mind and feel free to add more if you can think of something useful. Again, these are just context of "keep" examples He/she keeps talking but isn't getting to the point. I keep forgetting to pay the phone bill. They keep saying that they don't have any money but they bought a new car. She keeps telling me the same thing over and over. Hope those examples help get my question across and I am grateful for your help!
27 сент. 2017 г., 15:50
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You can translate "Keep Doing" as "Seguir" It is the most usual way. Some examples: He/she keeps talking but isn't getting to the point. -> El/Ella sigue hablando .... I keep forgetting to pay the phone bill. -> Yo sigo olvidando ... They keep saying that they don't have any money but they bought a new car. -> Ellos siguen diciendo ... She keeps telling me the same thing over and over. -> Ella sigue diciéndome You can use seguir to express something still in progress .... I hope I can help you... I'm not a teacher!
27 сентября 2017 г.
Seguir Esta bien Natural Y te oyes muy nativa Saludos!
27 сентября 2017 г.
Jessica J-R
Language Skills
English, Portuguese, Spanish
Learning Language
Portuguese, Spanish