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    are these correct?

    "I am in struggle" or if i say "i am struggling" struggle is appearing as noun and verb in dictionary so can we use "struggle" in this way as a noun?

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    Re: are these correct?

    Say:
    I am in a struggle with....

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    Exclamation Re: are these correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by majesticsania View Post
    "I am in struggle" or if i say "i am struggling" struggle is appearing as noun and verb in dictionary so can we use "struggle" in this way as a noun?
    Yes, "stroggle" can be used as a noun as well as verb in a sentence. But as clarified by RunBee, you must put an article or a modifier when using as noun.
    Examples:This a story of my struggle against injustice.
    I am in a struggle with my destiny.

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