“Keep Me Posted” + 2 More Expressions
I love English, it’s so flexible. If you want to speak real English you need to know how we speak on a daily basis. In this series of videos I teach you some key expressions that we use all the time.
If you want to give someone some information but you can’t until a later date/time one thing we can say is that you “update” the person later. However, there are 3 very common informal expressions we can use for the same thing. Of course, this works both for requesting that someone updates you, and for when you promise to update someone else:
- I’ll keep you posted/Keep me posted.
- I’ll let you know/Let me know.
- I’ll keep you in the loop/Keep me in the loop.
Check out the video for an explanation with examples and then come back here to give me your best attempts at using any of these expressions!
As for when I’ll post the next video, I’ll keep you posted (actually, it’ll be next week 😉 ). You can check out last week’s lesson right here.
Don’t forget, you can get a free download of 22 Ways to Say “Hello” in English: A PDF with audio files to help you with pronunciation. Just scroll to the top of the page and find the yellow box.