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trouble to

I know “I’m having trouble logging in to my account.” is correct. But is “I’m having trouble to log in” correct?

Are there some rules in using "trouble to"? I could not find sentences using “I’m having trouble to...” but I have found “not trouble to do something” like:

Nina need not trouble to come down, everything had been arranged.

Do not trouble to don your hat and gloves, Nina.

My friends never troubled to ask me what I would like.

Nina didn’t trouble to hide his disgust.

Please help me.

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Apples and oranges: Notice how "bother" or "bothered" could be substituted for trouble/troubled in the four examples you've given.

"...having trouble to..." is altogether different, syntactically. Stick with "...having trouble logging in..." or "...am unable to log in..."

Ramart Jul-15-2021

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