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Phrasal Verbs

work at

This page is about the phrasal verb work at

Meaning

to try hard to achieve something, or try hard to improve your ability to do something

For example

  • work at sth Most people know that you have to work at a relationship if you want it to last.

  • work at doing sth You need to work at improving your listening skills.

Quick Quiz

Most married couples who've been together a long time will tell you that they've had to work at

a. their relationship

b. their home

c. their children

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