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Match the sentence beginnings with the endings.
- was true for a period in the past but which is not true now.
- can be used in this structure, and also nouns and noun phrases can be used as subjects in the sentences.
- uses the word 'use' and not 'used'.
- the same in spoken language as the positive form because of the sound of the letters 't' and 'd' (didn't use to and used to).
- activity in the past which is completed,
- state or to a habit, but it's now finished.
- "used to" can take the place of do/does. (Do you smoke?--I used to)
"Used to" is to talk about something which
All personal pronouns
The negative form
The negative form sounds
'Used to' always refers to
'Used to' can refer to a
In an answer to a yes/no question,