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    #1

    constantly meet or keep meeting?

    Hello Everyone,

    In the following sentence, which phrase is smoother, constantly meet or keep meeting?

    we will continue to promote the integrated development of socialisteconomic, political and cultural undertakingas well as theconstruction of a harmonious society, and constantly meet the growing material and cultural needs of the people.

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    Sky
    Last edited by sky753; 05-Oct-2008 at 04:26.


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    Re: constantly meet or keep meeting?

    Quote Originally Posted by sky753 View Post
    Hello Everyone,

    In the following sentence, which phrase is smoother, constantly meet or keep meeting?

    we will continue to promote the integrated development of socialist economic, political and cultural undertakings as well as the construction of a harmonious society, and constantly meet the growing material and cultural needs of the people.

    Regards


    Sky
    constantly meet means will continuously meet, and is a much better phrase that "keep meeting".

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