What is the difference between "strive to" and "be struggle with"? I don't quite get when and how I should use which one to express the meaning of put effort on someone. Thank you in advance.
Feb 9, 2012 6:07 AM
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"strive to" - to attempt to achieve something "to struggle with" = to contest or fight against
February 9, 2012
So to put Jura's equations into practice, we will find that striving can be a challenge, but it is more likely enjoyable. It may or may not be something we enjoy. It is likely by choice. Struggle on the other hand, may be forced upon us - less likely by choice. It will bring us more grief, usually, because the difficulty is inherently stressful.
February 14, 2012
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