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Sunday, November 13, 2011

GrammaTube - learn the difference between “used to”, “be used to” and “get used to”

GrammaTube - learn the difference between “used to”, “be used to” and “get used to”

Do you know the difference between “used to”, “be used to” and “get used to”? “Used to” is for past situations that are no longer true, “Be used to” is a verb phrase for situations or activities that you do regularly and “Get used to” indicates that you have adapted or become accustomed to something you may or may not like.

In this new post on the GrammaTube series we introduce several videos chosen from YouTube that will allow you to understand and properly use the expressions “used to”, “be used to” and “get used to”.

Grammar can be one of the most difficult skills to develop in English but it is without doubt the key to progress throughout your learning. A good grammar base will help you to write properly and speak in English, hence improving communication with other people.

Good explanation showing how to use “used to” in a sentence (by Learn American English)



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Many examples to learn how to use “used to”



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Entertaining video that explains “used to” through several songs



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Great explanation showing how to use “be used to” (by Learn American English)



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Learn how to use the expression “get used to” (by Learn American English)



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Common mistakes with the expressions “used to” and “be used to” (by JenniferESL)



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Differences between “used to” and “be used to” (by Steve Ford)



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Common mistakes in English: “get used to” (by JenniferESL)



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Good video with the difference between “used to” and “I’m used to”



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