Como diz ''Onde você encontrou mais dificuldade?'' em inglês

Onde (é que) você encontrou/teve mais dificuldade?

Aos amigos do fórum, por gentileza.

Obs.: um professor disse que é MORE DIFFICULTY
Outro professor disse que é THE MOST DIFFICULTY.

Obrigado.

Walmir
(Saudações ao mestre Alessandro).
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