i dont know how to differensiate these 2 business expressions:
keep an eye on
keep an eye out for
how to use it the a sentence? and the meaning?
keep an eye on = watch carefully/look afterOriginally Posted by lala
The teacher kept an eye on the students during the test so they wouldn't cheat.
Could you please keep an eye on the baby while I go to the store?
keep an eye out for = watch carefully because you want to notice or find something
Mary had lost an earring, so she kept an eye out for it when she swept the floor.