To be keen on doing something is a common expression that means you like something or someone, or you like doing something. For example:’ I’m keen on Brad Pitt. I’m keen on carrot cake. I’m keen on watching football. You can also use this expression in the negative: I’m not keen on chocolate ice cream. I’m not keen on rollerblading.
ARCHIVES OF ALL POST
Inglés Málaga PinterestI can't be bothered reading today! No problem, check out the Inglés Malaga Pinterest site: Look at a few pictures, eat some mushrooms and soak up new words, phrases and grammatical structures without getting a sweat on! Inglés Málaga Pinterest