English Grammar: Past Habits and State Changes ("Used to")
30 июля 2013

English Grammar: Past Habits and State Changes ("Used to")

English Grammar: Past Habits and State Changes ('Used to')
Related grammar exercises here: www.profesorrich.com/habits-in-the-past-used-to/ A grammatical lesson for intermediate speakers of English. How to tal...
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#1 написал: ProfesorRich (1 августа 2013 10:40)
The video is mainly about "used to" as a past habit/state, which is different than be/get used to. But very simply: "I am not used to the weather in Spain." "I am not getting used to the rain? in England." If you meant the negative of "used to" in the past then it would be: "I didn't use to..." (study much when I was younger)
#2 написал: bana mustafa (1 августа 2013 10:40)
Would you? plz clarrify the "Negative Forms" of be/get used to as well, and thanks in advance$
#3 написал: RIth Leakmoneth (1 августа 2013 10:40)
Nth? have had happen :D
#4 написал: ProfesorRich (1 августа 2013 10:40)
I had a disagreement with a lawn? mower.
#5 написал: Tobi Waka Laka (1 августа 2013 10:40)
1:49 Oh my? god, what happened?
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