To have difficulty with/in
I was doing some tests and came across next 2 sentences (I copied answers, so it's supposed to be right):
Dipak had difficulties with the archery on the adventure weekend.
Chloe has difficulty in doing her maths homework on her own.
1. What do you usually use? With or In? I though "with" but...
2. Is it wrong to say "has difficulty with doing her maths"?
I'm a bit confused, there must be 2 alternatives, or only one, or what?:)
The only clue I have is to use in with -ing forms...?
Re: To have difficulty with/in
Originally Posted by Etern1ty