Difficulty finding vs Difficulty in finding

  • I have difficulty finding my socks in the morning.
  • I have difficulty in finding my socks in the morning.

Are both the sentences correct? Is there any difference between them?


Both the sentences are correct grammatically, without any difference in meaning.

However, the former, without the preposition “in” after difficulty, is more common than the latter.

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