Don't make trouble.
It may seem like a lot of trouble to go through, but in the end, you'll be happy you did it.
They accused him of being in the classroom in order to cause trouble.
His intelligence and experience enabled him to deal with the trouble.
His novel ideas are time and again getting him into trouble with his more conservative colleagues.
Whenever you're in trouble or feeling down, I'll be there for you.
I've had a lot on my mind recently and have had trouble falling asleep at night.
Many native speakers of Japanese have trouble hearing the difference between B and V.
Keep a close eye on Tom and make sure he doesn't get into any trouble.
The man, who had not eaten for three days, had trouble thinking about anything except food.
If you're not prepared to take the trouble to learn how to train a dog, don't get one.
Please accept our apologies for the trouble this matter has caused you.
When I was in England, I had great difficulty trouble in speaking English.
The only trouble I've ever had was dealing with people who didn't like my personality.
Good morning. You're a bit late today, aren't you? "Yes, I ran into a bit of trouble."
English word "difficoltà"(trouble) occurs in sets:La mia lezione