Phrasal verb: keep at something

keep at something – to continue to do something even though it is difficult or hard work

Once you have started something, do you prefer to keep at it until you have finished it or do you give up quickly, especially if things get a bit boring or difficult?
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Can you think of something that you were able to achieve because you kept at it?
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What was it and how long did it take you to achieve it? You can pop your answers in the comment section.

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