Keep at it
Keep at it means to keep doing something that you want to have success with. We often use keep at it when we want to encourage someone.
- You guys are doing a great job with your English so please keep at it?
- If you want to succeed at whatever you are doing, you need to keep at it.
What else are you trying to succeed in doing? Are you going to keep at it?
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