using ‘used to’

“I used to live in a big city” or “I’m used to living in a big city” – if you’re not sure what the difference is between these two statements, then hopefully today’s intermediate+ level downloadable lesson will help you.

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Yes, there’s only one download here, however it has 4 parts so hopefully you won’t be disappointed!

There’s a comparison of the two basic forms, used to do and be used to doing and their different uses, then each form is looked at in more detail with plenty of speaking practice so you can get used to using the forms correctly and finally there are some exercises on all varieties of both forms.

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