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Can I use the following sentence if I wanted to say: Keep asking me I will not tell you?

Keep pressing on me but I will not give it to you.
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Hi,

Can I use the following sentence if I wanted to say: Keep asking me I will not tell you?

Keep pressing on me but I will not give it to you.



To keep demanding something is 'to press on somebody'.

Your sentence would be better as

Even if you keep pressing me, I will not give it to you.

You can keep pressing me but I will not give it to you.

Best wishes, Clive
You can also say:

"Keep pressing me on this issue and I will never tell let you borrow my car."
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Also -

Keep on pressing me, and you will never see your brother again.
Susankay"Keep pressing me on this issue and I will never tell let you borrow my car."
Is there something wrong with the bold part?
Just a cut and paste the didn't remove the old stuff properly.

Delete the word "tell."
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Thank you, Barbara.