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Finding somewhere to live in New York isn’t easy.
This cake is very easy to make.
It’s a pretty easy game to learn.
It is not always easy to find good teaching materials in this field.
The easiest way to get to Hartford is on the train.
We all thought computers would make our jobs easier.
I’ll show you how to work the register – it’s quite easy.
Here’s an easy question to start with.
His explanations are clear and easy to follow.
It is easy to see why she likes him.
It’s no good just making a few quick easy decisions.
There are no easy answers to the problems of our cities.
Luckily, I’d had an easy day at the office, so I wasn’t tired.
Jill hasn’t had an easy time of it since her divorce.
He’d always admired Doug’s easy charm.
He gets what he wants by hard work, never by taking the easy way out.
“Shall we eat at home or go out?” “Whatever you like: I’m easy.”
For most people it is all too easy to put on weight.
It is all too easy for someone in authority to think that they are better than everyone else.
It’s easy for people in cities to think that small towns have no crime.
It is easy to forget that many problems remain to be solved.
This is the American English definition of easy. View British English definition of easy.
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