Grammar Patterns

there v-link something/anything/nothing ADJ about n/-ing

The 'easy' group

These adjectives indicate that something is easy or difficult.
There's nothing easy about refugee work.
The preposition about is sometimes followed by an '-ing' clause.
As all cooks will tell you, there's nothing very difficult about cooking a good steak.
  • difficult
  • easy
  • hard
  • simple
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