01. Registering for courses is such a [hassle], with line-ups, forms to fill out, and all that.
02. The police often seem to [hassle] young people that are just hanging out on the streets with friends.
03. My boss always [hassles] me to work overtime, but I'd rather spend the time with my family and friends.
04. It was a real [hassle] for me to get a credit card because I've never borrowed money from a bank or anything, so I didn't have a credit rating.
05. Every time a pretty girl goes to a nightclub, she gets [hassled] by drunks trying to ask her out.
06. My parents [hassled] me a lot about doing my homework and stuff while I was growing up, but now I'm happy they did because it taught me good study habits.
07. We didn't want the [hassle] of a big wedding, so we got married in our living room, and only invited a small group of family and friends.
08. We had to change classrooms twice during the session; it was a total [hassle].
09. Finding shoes that fit me is a real [hassle] because my feet are quite thin, and one foot is actually almost a size bigger than the other.
10. To maximize your chances of an enjoyable, [hassle]-free holiday, get informed about your destination before you go.
11. I'm sorry to [hassle] you again, but I'm having trouble getting my computer to work, and I was wondering if you could help me.
12. A good guided tour to England will allow you to visit the maximum number of sites with a minimum of [hassle].
13. Renting a car in London is more of a [hassle] than a help for a number of reasons.
14. Daily [hassles] and environmental factors such as noise are important determinants of daily stress.
15. Studies show that the more [hassles] you have to deal with in your daily life, the more likely you will suffer from health problems.
16. Writing a bibliography for a university essay is such a [hassle]. You have to follow this really complicated format and the prof takes off marks for even the tiniest little mistake.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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