Steven wants to improve his handwriting but finds it very hard to make it better. So he is complaining it to Julia.
A: I want to improve my handwriting and I've practiced it for several weeks, but nothing happened. You see, my handwriting is still bad.
B: Oh, come on, you know it's a long process. You have to be patient.
A: I know it, but I don't know when I can make it better.
B: Steven, whatever you do, the most important thing is perseverance. So you have to hang on there. The longer the better. Then someday, you will find you've already made a lot of progress.
A: Yeah, you're right. I must stop complaining and stick to it every day.
B: Yeah, where there is a will, there is a way.
Do you like handwriting or typewriting?
Whose handwriting is it? Can you identify it?
make it better
There is always going to be another day and another chance to make it better.
I'm going to complain to the manager about this.
Lots of people have complained about the service.
You're always complaining!
He did a lot to improve conditions for factory workers.
I thought the best way to improve French was to live in France.
Her health has improved dramatically since she started on this new diet.
Losing weight is a slow, gradual process.
Dinner will be ready in half an hour. Just be patient.
Be patient with her. She's very young.
They showed great perseverance in the face of difficulty.
I believe I can make progress if I keep trying.
stick to it
It takes patience to learn English. You have to stick to it.
Where there is a will, there is a way.