Difficulties, dilemmas and hitches
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    Difficulties, dilemmas and hitches Difficulties, dilemmas and hitches Presentation Transcript

    • DIFFICULTIES, DILEMMAS AND HITCHES
    • GLITCH
      • I think I’ve found a glitch in the new accounting software.
    • AFFLICTION
      • Malnutrition is one of the common afflictions of the poor.
    • WAYWARD
      • Bob is a wayward sheep
    • DILEMMA
      • The Pakistani President is clearly in a dilemma about/over how to tackle the crisis.
    • HASSLE
    • TRAUMATIC
      • Some of the most disturbed children had witnessed really traumatic things, such as rape and murder.
    • COnvoluted
      • His conversation was so convoluted that I didn’t understand a bit.
    • COMPLEX
      • DNA has a very complex structure.
    • GRUELLING He eventually won the match after five gruelling sets.
    • SNAG
      • The drug is very effective - the only snag is that it cannot be produced in large quantities.
    • STIFF
      • Roger federer is a very stiff competent to defeat.
    • SLOG
      • Despite the rain, they slogged on for another six miles.
    • TRICKY
      • Those bird models are quite tricky to make, aren't they?
    • SETBACK
      • Sally had been recovering well from her operation, but yesterday she experienced/suffered a setback.
    • ABSTRUSE
      • an abstruse philosophical money managing task.
    • ARDUOUS
      • Climbing the mountain was an arduous task.
    • INSUFFERABLE
      • She disliked the president, whom she once described as an 'insufferable bore'.