English (grammar)

Hi. I just want to ask if the statement below is grammatically correct:

" I'll keep up what I can do for other people. "

I think the thought of the statement can be understood, but I'm not sure if the grammar is correct (or the words are like jumbled).

Help please. Thank you. :)

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asked by Nina
  1. Frankly, it makes little sense:

    I will keep up what I can do....?

    Do you mean..

    I will do what I can?

    I will persevere in assistance to other people?

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