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    a walk through a rose garden

    Saying "Its not a walk through a rose garden" means in my language its not an easy situation someone comes through, something is a really hard and complicated to manage...

    eg. "I don't know if I'll succeed it's not gonna be a walk through a rose garden"


    What idiom do you use in english? Is it the same or similar?

    thank you





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    Re: a walk through a rose garden

    Saying "Its not a walk through a rose garden" means in my language its not an easy situation someone comes through, something is a really hard and complicated to manage...

    eg. "I don't know if I'll succeed it's not gonna be a walk through a rose garden"


    What idiom do you use in english? Is it the same or similar?

    thank you


    Yes we have a similar phrase to mean the same thing. We say: it's no bed of roses, it's not going to be a bed of roses, or it was no a bed of roses.

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