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We went cycling three abreast.
It is obligatory for the manager to keep abreast of new employees.
Please check whether I have placed the word `abreast' correctly in my sentence.
I am always trying to keep abreast of the affairs in my country though I am now being in abroad.
Is this sentence correct?
However, if it was some kind of behaviour that you were describing in your sentence, then such usage would be appropriate.
I always try to keep abreast of the affairs in my country, though I am now abroad.
I've always regarded you as a rational person, but now you're being unreasonable, really.