Keep (someone) company

Do you know the English expression “to keep (someone) company“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?

Linda: What are you going to do on Sunday?

Nelly: I’m going to keep my mother company. She’s not been feeling very well lately.

Does it mean:

a) take someone to a company

b) help someone at their company

c) spend time with someone so they are not lonely

d) take someone to hospital

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Answer: c) spend time with someone so they are not lonely