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    Be in touch!

    Hi,

    In House of Cards, an American TV drama, Frank always says "Be in touch" instead of "Keep in touch".

    I knew both of them are correct, but it seems be in touch is used more frequently. Do you think so?


    Thank you!

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    Re: Be in touch!

    I would say that "keep in touch" is more commonly heard.

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    Re: Be in touch!

    I'd use Stay in touch.

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