I’ll help you + (verb)

This lets you inform someone that you are willing to provide assistance. This could refer to something physical or mental, like helping someone to ‘think’ or ‘remember’ something.

Here are some examples:

“I’ll help you cook dinner tonight.”
“I’ll help you raise money for your charity.”
“I’ll help you register for your class online.”
“I’ll help you move to your new house.”
“I’ll help you prevent that from happening again.”
“I will help you park your car.”
“I will help you provide all the information you need.”
“I will help you realize your potential.”
“I will help you stop smoking.”
“I will help you shop for groceries

I’m dying to + (verb)

When using the word ‘dying’ in this manner you are referring to wanting or desiring something greatly.

Here are some examples:

“I’m dying to relax on the beach.”
“I’m dying to pick some fresh fruit.”
“I’m dying to order some desserts.”
“I’m dying to find out if I got the job.”
“I’m dying to move to a bigger house.”
“I’m dying to look at all the work you’ve done.”
“I’m dying to learn more about you.”
“I’m dying to introduce you to my parents.”
“I’m dying to expand my business.”
“I’m dying to check my score on the test.”

It’s my turn to + (verb)

The word ‘It’s’ is a contraction of the words ‘it is.’ When stating ‘my turn’ you are telling someone that it is time to change position or position focuses on to you.

Here are some examples:

“It’s my turn to walk you home.”
“It’s my turn to do laundry.”
“It’s my turn to work late.”
“It’s my turn to take out the trash.”
“It’s my turn to choose where we eat.”
“It is my turn to pay for dinner.”
“It is my turn to roll the dice.”
“It is my turn to provide an answer.”
“It is my turn to try and play the game.”
“It is my turn to attempt solving the problem.”

It’s hard for me to + (verb)

When saying that something is ‘hard for me’ you are informing someone that what you are talking about is difficult or challenging for you.

Here are some examples:

“It’s hard for me to accept what you are telling me.”
“It’s hard for me to argue your point.”
“It’s hard for me to balance my check book.”
“It’s hard for me to concentrate on the task.”
“It’s hard for me to consider your other options.”
“It’s hard for me to depend on you.”
“It is hard for me to decide where to go tonight.”
“It is hard for me to explain my actions.”
“It is hard for me to guarantee your success.”
“It is hard for me to handle so much pressure.”