One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘they preferred to keep on working’
continue, go on, carry on, persist in, persevere in, keep going with
soldier on, struggle on, see something through
2‘the commander kept on about vigilance’
talk constantly, talk endlessly, talk repeatedly, keep talking, go on, go on talking, go on and on, dwell on the subject, refer to repeatedly, repeat oneself, ramble on, rant on
informal harp on, witter on, rabbit on
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