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Use I'M HAVING A HARD TIME to Build Sentences

Using "I'm Having a Hard Time"

"I am" is abbreviated as "I'm" and using "I'm having a hard Time" in this lesson will help you improve your English, especially those who are learning English as a second or foreign language.

Using "I'm having a hard time" is easy, it means that you are having a hard time telling someone or something. This may be something physical or mental that can be overcome with effort.

  • I guess I'm having a hard time thinking about checkers today.
  • I wish they will hurry up and serve us. 
  • I am having a hard time keeping the conversation go. 
  • I'm having a hard time agreeing to the terms.
  •  I'm having a hard time answering your question.
  •  I'm having a hard time downloading songs to my iPod. 
  • I'm having a hard time understanding you. 
  • I'm having a hard time now.
  • I'm having a hard time writing.

With the addition of an adjective, you can express in more detail how difficult something is for you. Here are some examples:

  • I'm having an extremely hard time trusting you.
  • I'm having an extremely hard time with my wife.
  • I'm having a very hard time finding a job.
  • I'm having a very hard time finding parts for my car.


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