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    'stay abreast of' and 'keep abreast with'

    Can the above two be used interchangeably? If not, what is the difference and when should they be used? Examples would help thanks! Anybody?

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    Re: 'stay abreast of' and 'keep abreast with'

    Quote Originally Posted by Agnes View Post
    Can the above two be used interchangeably? If not, what is the difference and when should they be used? Examples would help thanks! Anybody?
    They mean the same thing. There might be local regional preferences for one or the other, but I wouldn't worry about that.

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    Re: 'stay abreast of' and 'keep abreast with'

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    They mean the same thing. There might be local regional preferences for one or the other, but I wouldn't worry about that.

    Thanks a lot!!!

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