Soldier on – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To soldier on is to continue doing something, even though it is difficult or unpleasant

Examples of use:

1. News headline: Golfers soldier on despite rain.

2. Mr Evans’ wife died last year aged 96: he soldiered on without her for another ten months.

3. We’ll soldier on without him.

4. Farmers are soldiering on and gathering their crops despite the recent strong winds and heavy rain.

5. Local traders soldiered on through the recession.

soldier on
present simple
soldier on and soldiers on
-ing form
soldiering on
past simple
soldiered on
past participle
soldiered on

Can you use this phrasal verb in a sentence?

Do you know someone who has soldiered on through something?

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