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  1. angliholic's Avatar
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    #1

    Smile so he is in very good shape/keeps fit

    Paul plays tennis every day, so he is in very good shape.
    ... so he keeps/stays fit.


    Do both of the samples above convey the same ideas? Thanks.

  2. salah eddine's Avatar

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    Re: so he is in very good shape/keeps fit

    Hello,
    I found this expression in a dictionary:
    A: How are you?
    B: I am in a great shape. (= I am very well)
    So I think it does not mean to keep or stay fit.
    Bye

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    #3

    Re: so he is in very good shape/keeps fit

    Quote Originally Posted by salah eddine View Post
    Hello,
    I found this expression in a dictionary:
    A: How are you?
    B: I am in a great shape. (= I am very well)
    So I think it does not mean to keep or stay fit.
    Bye
    Welcome to the forum Salah eddine.
    hey another Algerian.

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