# Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word

"Problem"

- No
**problem**.
- I have a
**problem**.
- What is the
**problem**?
- Tom has a big
**problem**.
- That's not the
**problem**.
- That's quite a
**problem**.
- We debated the
**problem**.
- I can't solve this
**problem**.
- That's where the
**problem** is.
- This
**problem** seems difficult.
- How did you solve the
**problem**?
- Do you have a
**problem** with this?
- He solved the difficult
**problem**.
- Your
**problem** is similar to mine.
- He succeeded in solving the
**problem**.
- Drunken driving is a serious
**problem**.
- Have you been told about the
**problem**?
- She expected him to solve the
**problem**.
- Have you told anyone about this
**problem**?
- I found it difficult to solve the
**problem**.
- Tom asked Mary's advice about the
**problem**.
- I finally found the solution to the
**problem**.
- I can't figure out how to solve this
**problem**.
- I can't think of any solution to this
**problem**.
- I think it's time for me to confront that
**problem**.
- Is there any
**problem** with feeding my dog ice cream?
- I'll give you five minutes to work out this
**problem**.
- I think it's time for me to discuss the
**problem** with her.
- I've spent way too much time thinking about this
**problem**.
- I think it's time for me to talk to the boss about this
**problem**.
- I spent a great deal of time dealing with that
**problem** last week.
- I think it's time for me to accept responsibility for that
**problem**.
- I know how to solve the
**problem**, but I've been asked not to tell you.
- There is an urgent need for a new approach to dealing with this
**problem**.