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I am wondering about what structure i need to use when I want to express an inconvenience that i experienced. Is it correct to say, : I have / feel an inconvenience to bring my toothbrush. : I have/ feel an inconvenience to bring my toothbrush. : I have an inconvenience bringing my toothbrush. : I have an inconvenience that i bring my toothbrush.

Instead of saying “it is inconvenient for me to bring my brush”

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You are not using "inconvenience" with the usual correct meaning. It means the general quality, and not a specific feeling, object or action. This means that "I have inconvenience..." is not idiomatic.

It may be possible to use a very long sentence like

If I brought my toothbrush I would experience inconvenience.

But this is not a normal sentence. But you already know the right answer: the adjective is how this is expressed:

It's inconvenient for me to bring my brush.

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