Without Struggle?

John

Kwiziq community member

6 April 2017

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Without Struggle?

Is there a way I can use this to mean without struggle? For example, I would like to have a conversation in french without struggle: je voudrais avoir une conversation francaise sans avoir du mal. Does that work? Merci.

This relates to:
Avoir du mal à / avec = To have trouble, to struggle to / with -

Aurélie

Kwiziq language super star

7 April 2017

7/04/17

Bonjour John ! Yes, your sentence works in French ! Bonne journée !

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