Is there a problem WITH / ON / TO reschedule the meeting?

In this question, I don't know which is the correct preposition: Is it with, on, or to?


have a problem with sth/sb is an idiomatic expression:.

to find something or someone annoying or offensive:

  • I have a real problem with people who use their mobile phones on the train. She can smoke - I don't have a problem with that.

(Cambridge Dictionary)

So your sentence would be: "Is there a problem with rescheduling the meeting?"

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    Alternatively, if you start the sentence "Is it a problem...," then you would want "to reschedule." – vpn Aug 17 '17 at 5:00

To reschedule. After with you need -ing ending.

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  • "Is there a problem to reschedule the meeting" sounds very non-fluent to this native US English speaker. "with rescheduling" is fine, though. – stangdon Aug 16 '17 at 21:31

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