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Grammar Lesson: Used to for expressing past habits

Grammar Lesson: Used to for expressing past habits

Author: Hiraya BDC

1. At the end of this lesson,

 - you should be able to express past habits using the phrase "used to". 

 - you should be able to use the phrase "used to" in affirmative, negative and question form. 

When talking about past habits, we use the phrase "used to" + base form of the verb in the affirmative form. In the question form, we always use "use to"+ base form of the verb . In the negative form, we use "didn't (did not) use to + base form of the verb". 

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A lesson on how and when to use "Used to"