Expressions followed by VERB+ing

have (some) problemsHe had some problems reading without his glasses.
have a difficult timeShe had a difficult time hiking up the mountain.
have a good timeThey had a good time snorkeling.
have a hard timeShe had a hard time explaining the situation.
have a problemDebbie had a problem understanding his accent.
have an easy timeShe had an easy time selling the delicious cookies.
have difficultyWanda had difficulty translating the letter by herself.
have funThe had fun skiing.
have no difficultyThey had no difficulty finding a discount flight to London.
have no problemFrancis had no problem getting from the airport to the hotel.
spend one's time He always spends his time working out at the gym.
waste one's timeShe always wastes her time playing video games.
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