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Choosing the winner was a difficult task.
The exam questions were too difficult.
It's difficult to say what time I will get home.
Her behaviour became increasingly difficult to understand.
Talking to teenagers can be difficult for parents.
Ella finds the children very difficult to cope with.
Her age made it difficult to get another job.
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someone who admires a famous person such as a political or religious leader and is influenced by...