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    #1

    trouble vs. make trouble to

    1. Are you helping me or troubling me?
    2. Are you helping me or making trouble for me?
    3. Are you helping me or making trouble to me?
    Which ones above are correct? Which is most common in colloquial AmE?

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    Re: trouble vs. make trouble to

    In the context that you seem to be using, only #2 is correct.

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