"je trouve difficile de m'adapter"

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Stephen

Kwiziq community member

4 April 2019

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"je trouve difficile de m'adapter"

"je trouve difficile de m'adapter" couldn't  " j'ai du mal à m'adapter" be used: 

Also "se confondre" used for "get oneself into a muddle".

This question relates to:
French writing exercise "New vs old technologies"

Chris

Kwiziq community member

4 April 2019

4/04/19

Trouver difficile -- to find difficult.Avoir du mal à -- to have a problem with

The two have very similar meaning.

Cécile

Kwiziq language super star

7 April 2019

7/04/19

Hi Stephen,

You could use, 'avoir du mal à'  here but not 'se confondre'.

Hope this helps!

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