He is giving me a hard time.
Everybody had a hard time.
The Plant bears a strong resemblance to the popular caricature of the absentminded professor - inventor, and often has a hard time communicating ideas to others.
Consumers had a hard time gaining confidence in the new ownership even after the Chinese acquirer decided to keep most of IBM ’s original sales and technical supports teams.
People with agoraphobia often have a hard time feeling safe in any public place, especially where crowds gather.
He's screwing, not real steady … He's having a hard time maintaining serious air speed.
In a large professional ballpark, you won't have a hard time finding the players' entrance; it's generally crowded with fans waiting for their favorite heroes to emerge.
And speaking of half, another woman was having a hard time with her less than generous beau, so they decided to try some therapy and split the cost.
It was also because of problems with'brain drain' — institutes in Africa and the Caribbean in particular still have a hard time retaining staff once they have been trained.
The one you let go is going to have a hard time of it, and so will his wife and children.