While I was reading a book I saw "Keep right behind me" sentence. And I don't know what it means. A man was saying this sentence to a woman. Could you explain this sentence in basic English for an English learner.
"Right" can be used as an adverb meaning 'exactly' or 'just'. If someone is right behind you, that person is close behind you. Likewise they could be right next to you, or right in front of you.
(EXACTLY) exactly; just:
I’m too busy to talk right now but I’ll get back to you later.
He sat right behind me.
I’ll be right back (= I will return very soon).