I was wondering which option below works in my example:
- They moved away a couple of years ago, but............ with each other.
a. we're still in touch
b. we still keep in touch
c. we still stay in touch
Reading the similar thread in the forum, I still think they are interchangeable in this particular case and they all mean exactly the same to me (at least here.) [Above all, this video acknowledges that they can be freely used interchangeably.]
Additionally, please let me know whether using present perfect tense sounds better to you here for all three choices.
Finally, does using "with each other" sound superfluous to you here?