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2. GRAMMAR


USED TO

For talking about:
· things you did for a period of time in the past, e.g. I used to go to a primary school in Toledo.
· a past situation or state that has changed, e.g. I used to have very beautiful curly hair when I was a teenager.


Used to only exists in the past, and it is used for past habits or states.


USED TO

· for a period of time in the past
· a past situation.
· a state that has changed.
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I used to go to a primary school in Toledo.
I used to have very beautiful curly hair when I was a teenager.
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I didn't use to go to a primary school in Toledo.
I didn't use to have very beautiful curly hair when I was a teenager.
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Did you use to go to a primary school in Toledo?
Did you use to have very beautiful curly hair when I was a teenager?



Typical mistakes:
· don't use used to in a present tense to talk about present habits.
I use to go to the supermarket twice a week, I usually go to the supermarket twice a week.
·don't confuse used to with the verb to use (be careful with the pronounciation).
I used to (/ju:s tə/) go to the library to study when I was 16 years old.
I used (/ju:zd/) your dictionary when I did my Frech homework yesterday.





5. VOCABULARY


A child starts secondary school at 11 years old, remaining there until 16 years old.
All children must study:
Computers
Geography
Literature
a modern language
Foreign Language
RE = Religious Education
Technology
English
History
Maths
PE = Physical Education
Science (physics, chemistry,
and biology)



7. SONG


It's All Over Now




Somebody that I used to know



Used to - Daughtry



Like he used to



We used to be friends


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