English Idioms The Weekly Idiom: To be keen on
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Definition:

To like someone or something a lot

Example Dialogue:

A: Josh is really keen on studying.
B: Yes, he wants to be a professor one day so he had better be keen on studying or he will never make it.

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Comments
10 years ago by Danya # 686
i really like it ....
10 years ago by shobha # 688
Hi Everybody!
It is good but to use in day language it is dificult.
9 years, 3 months ago by Evaldas # 756
\"to be keen\" is the same as \"to be big sucker\"? I have read some blog, the blogger-girl wrote \"I am a big sucker on this kind of music\". I asked her what does mean \"to be big sucker\". She answered it means to like something very much.
7 years, 8 months ago by mahreen # 1040
its good but very difficult for those who dont know english ;so how can we learn?
7 years, 5 months ago by taaruf # 1069
to be keen on,means with interes or concentration.every one must to be kee on to performed there affairs.
7 years ago by orville # 1139
well that's good for us especially those who are
are starting to learn english.. we could emulate the way
they talk and the words that they us. it could serve as a guide for us
do you agree with me guys?
6 years, 12 months ago by tatiana Trujillo # 1142
me parece interesante pero no c como funciona :?(
6 years, 10 months ago by elahe ebadi # 1153
to be keen on means interest or eager?
6 years ago by khaled # 1216
keen, it's new verb for me
5 years, 11 months ago by div19197 # 1220
keen in tha sens enthusiastic- both eager n intrst ill cum.....
5 years, 5 months ago by sarawut # 1240
its good but very difficult for those who dont know english ;so how can we learn?

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