Today we will learn more about other ways to say ‘difficult’.
You can review the first lesson here https://englishtips4u.com/2019/05/12/engvocab-other-ways-to-say-difficult/
- Onerous: involving a great deal of effort, trouble or difficulty (of a task or responsibility).
E.g. “This is the most onerous task I have ever done.”
- Herculean: requiring great strength or effort.
E.g. “Moving the stove will be a herculean endeavor.”
- Knotty: extremely difficult or intricate
E.g. “The new management team faces some knotty problems.”
- Cumbersome: difficult to use or handle; very complicated and inefficient.
E.g. “Although the machine looks cumbersome, it is actually easy to use.”
- Sisyphean: impossible to complete (of a task).
E.g. “It is a sisyphean endeavor to get the two company to work together in a constructive manner.”