How to Conjugate Keep At
- Infinitive: Keep At
- Present Tense: Keep At/ Keeps At
- -ing Form: Keeping At
- Past Tense: Kept At
- Past Participle: Kept At
Definitions of Keep At:
1. To continue doing an activity even though it may be difficult.
Examples: Karate is difficult, but if you keep at it you can earn a black belt someday.
Despite the obstacles in learning medicine, Kimora kept at her studies and graduated at the top of her class.
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