Do you have any difficulty or difficulties?

Do you have any difficulty or difficulties?

The red text is equivalent to “difficulty” – the grammatical term escapes me for the moment. You won’t have any difficulty finding your way around the city. You won’t have any difficulties finding your way around the city. The first, with singular difficulty, seems a lot more natural to me.

What does have some difficulties mean?

uncountable if you have difficulty with something, you are not able to do it easily. have difficulty with something: She’s having difficulty with her schoolwork this year. have difficulty (in) doing something: Six months after the accident, he still has difficulty walking.

How do you use difficulties?

Difficulties sentence example

  1. I am sure these difficulties will take care of themselves.
  2. Little by little, however, my difficulties began to disappear.
  3. Difficulties , however, appeared immediately the parliament got to work.

Do you have difficulties to do or do?

No, you cannot say ‘have difficulty to do something’. ‘have difficulty (in) doing something’ will do instead.

Which preposition is used after difficulty?

She has difficulty with swimming. (Use preposition “with” with “difficulty” only when the thing after it is a gerund – “swimming” in this case.)

What is the sentence of difficulty?

Difficulty sentence example. She kept her mouth closed this time with some difficulty and looked away. The process causes physical difficulty and effort. Unsettled at her unusual weakness, she watched Sami’s squat form fold with difficulty as he crouched beside her.

Has difficulty used in a sentence?

The patient was perceived to have difficulty in breathing. 2. Women who do not ovulate regularly have difficulty in becoming pregnant.

What is an example of difficulties?

When you have a very hard time learning to ski, this is an example of a time when you have difficulty skiing. A challenge that arises that prevents you from achieving your goal is an example of a difficulty. Trouble, distress, etc., or a cause of this. A disagreement or dispute.

What part of speech is difficulty?

The state of being difficult, or hard to do.

What is the sentence of quietly?

(1) He would sit quietly and watch what was happening. (2) She spoke so quietly I could hardly hear her. (3) ‘You don’t need me,’ she said quietly, without reproach. (4) Rosa shut the door quietly.