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I found it difficult to get along with my neighbor.
It was difficult for me to become a starting player.
It was very difficult for her to control her emotions.
It was very hard for her to suppress her emotions.
He finds it difficult to keep up with the rest of the class.
It was very difficult to understand the subject of his lecture.
It was difficult to persuade him to change his mind.
The examination he took last week was very hard.
It was rather difficult for me to make out what he was saying.
What he said there was surprisingly difficult.
With many students chatting, it was difficult to hear what the professor had to say.
The women's college had a very small car park, and as several of the teachers and students, and many of the student's boyfriends, had cars, it was often difficult to find a place to park.
I found it difficult to make myself understood.
Was it difficult to make?
At first, I had difficulty understanding people when they spoke too fast.
The last examination was very difficult.
I had some difficulty making up my mind which colleges to apply to.
It was very difficult.
It was too difficult for me.
The problem was so difficult that I could not solve it.

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