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    Default difficulty/difficulties

    Would I say:

    Some difficulty
    SOme difficulties


    Why? and When?

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Default Re: difficulty/difficulties

    Depends on context [as usual]

    I am in some difficulties about paying my rent

    I have some difficulty in understanding what he says.

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    Default Re: difficulty/difficulties

    How would I know if I'd use the singular, or the plural form instead? IS there any signal for that?

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