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hard wooden benches
The plastic was chosen because it is very hard and durable.
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.
Lifting stones this size is pretty hard work.
I need to relax at the end of a hard day.
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.
He likes to pretend he’s hard, but he’s really soft underneath.
She was deeply hurt by his hard words.
Don’t be too hard on her – she was only trying to help.
He gave the door a hard shove, and it opened.
We need some hard evidence to support our claim.
The region saw a boom in the 1950s to 1970s but fell on hard times in the 1980s.
He had a hard time launching his new business project.