B2 First Vocabulary:

The trouble with…

“The trouble with” is a B2 level phrase candidates can easily use in their B2 First exam. It is used to say what is wrong with someone or something.

Below are examples of how 'The trouble with…' could be used in the B2 First (FCE) exam.
Reading and Use of English Part 7:

“The trouble with electric cars is that it is still difficult to find someone to charge them if you are going on a long road trip…”

Reading and Use of English Part 1:

The (2)…… public healthcare is that there is often a long waiting list for appointments and operations

A. worry

B. trouble

C. inconvenience

D. danger

Vocabulary Details: