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Some of the questions were very hard.
I found the English exam quite hard.
It is hard for young people to get jobs in this area.
It's hard to explain why I love this place so much.
I find it hard to believe that we're leaving England for good.
My grandmother had a very hard life.
The family has had a hard time recently.
It's very hard on parents when their children are being bullied at school.
It just shows if you put in the hard yards and you learn you get your rewards.
Has Luke been giving you a hard time?
A new computer simulator teaches drivers how to handle a skid before they end up learning the hard way.
I wanted to show you there are no hard feelings.
The government is taking a hard line over tax avoidance.
This is the British English definition of hard. View American English definition of hard.