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I wonder whether "have trouble in how/whether/what" is correct as listed below.

1. I have trouble in how to say to her.

2. I have trouble in what to say to her.

3. I have trouble in whether to say it to her.

I think they're all correct, but not something normally.

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I have trouble in is not good here. You could say 'I have trouble with'.

or 'I don't know . . . .'


1. I don't know how to talk to her.

2. I have trouble with what to say to her.

3. I have trouble with whether to say it to her.

Clive

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fire1have trouble

This is normally followed by a verb in -ing form. I suggest "knowing" in this case.

I have trouble knowing ...
... how to tell her.
... what to tell her.
... whether I should tell her.

CJ