Grammar and Tenses
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How to use Gerunds
How to use "used to" in English
There's a big difference between
- to talk about past
habits or states and
- to talk about something that you are now familiar with.
For example, a common mistake is "I am used to study."
Do you mean that you used to study, but you don't study any more, or do
you mean that you know about studying?
Avoid making mistakes by remembering the verb pattern.
describes a past
habit or state.
He smoke, but he doesn't
describes something that you
are now familiar with.
For example, "Five years ago, I didn't know about the internet. Now with it."
How to use gerunds