To be keen on (something or somebody)

David BeckhamTo be keen on something or someone is used when you want to say that you like something, someone, or doing something.

For example:

  1. I am keen on David Beckham.  Well, truth be told, I love him.
  2. I am keen on reading novels, listening to rap music, singing in the shower and watching football.
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