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1. I kept myself warm.
2. I kept myself running on the playground.
3. I kept myself hidden in the closet.
(Are the sentences all grammatical?)

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    1 and 3 are fine.

    2 is missing a word. It should read --
    I kept myself from running on the playground. (<~~That's if "I" didn't run on the playground.)

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