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Today, i am difficult to work on the computer.

Today, i felt difficult to work on the computer.


Are these sentences correct? and I am not sure that "i am difficult" is used in the context. How can i describe my difficulties to work?

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kumenglish I am not sure that "I am difficult" is used correctly in the context.

This is describing a difficult person:

My brother is very difficult.

He is always arguing with me, and he never takes my advice. He is very opinionated, hard-headed and stubborn. Nobody can get along with him, and he even insults the clients! For that reason, he holds a job only for a very short time.

Are you difficult?

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I found it difficult to work on the computer today.

CJ

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kumenglishHow can i describe my difficulties to work?

Here are some examples:

My computer is giving me a difficult time today.

I am having a difficult time with my computer.

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