Arapça'da with difficulty
“It is a pleasure; please excuse how badly I speak Spanish,” Fred said, correctly, but with difficulty and a significant accent.
Poor Desnoyers! On touching the ground, he swayed back and forth, moving forward with the greatest effort, lifting his feet with difficulty, and sinking his cane in the hollows.
"His envoy came to me yesterday," said Vorontsov, with difficulty repressing a smile of pleasure.
"Well ...come along!" he brought out, seeming stupefied and breathing with difficulty.
A youth so knocked off his top-hat that he recovered it with difficulty.
'But was there really any ground,' I brought out with difficulty, while my hands and feet went cold, and a sort of shudder ran through my inmost being.
He signed this and read it with difficulty; for this he will bear responsibility to the end of his life.
I could not take less than five hundred roubles for each,' Sanin articulated with difficulty.
I escaped from the sinking boat with difficulty.
Ida squeezed out with difficulty a last tear into a handkerchief scented with Californian Poppy.