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    #1

    keep on reading OR keep reading

    Which one is correct : "Keep on reading" or "Keep reading"?

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    Re: keep on reading OR keep reading

    They are both correct.

    In what context do you want to use them?

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    Re: keep on reading OR keep reading

    "Keep on reading to improve your English" OR "Keep reading to improve your English"?

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    Re: keep on reading OR keep reading

    They both work.

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    Re: keep on reading OR keep reading

    In what type of context makes the difference?

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    Re: keep on reading OR keep reading

    When do we use "keep on reading" and "keep reading"?

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    Re: keep on reading OR keep reading

    Since they mean the same thing, there is no difference in the contexts in which they might be used. It's personal choice.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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