WHEN TO USE keep VS keeps?

WHEN TO USE keep VS keeps?

As verbs the difference between keeps and keep is that keeps is (keep) while keep is to continue in (a course or mode of action); not to intermit or fall from; to maintain.

Where to use put and keep?

Put usually refers to a temporary or short term action while “keep” refers to a permanent or long term action. As per your sentences: 1. keep/put this bottle inside the bag = Use Keep when you are placing the bottle inside bag for longer time that may be a day or two and even months or forever.

What type of word is kept?

Here's the word you're looking for. Answer. The past tense of keep is kept. The third-person singular simple present indicative form of keep is keeps. The present participle of keep is keeping.