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    Question problems


    I would like to know if we say:

    I have problems TO UNDERSTAND


    I have problems UNDERSTANDING?


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    Re: problems


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    Re: problems

    Or I have problems in understanding. There is a form of words that would allow you to use a to-infinitive, but not with the word 'problems': I find it hard to understand. In fact 'I find it hard' is easier to use, because you can also say 'I find it hard understanding'.


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