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Used to - Be used to - Get used to
USED TO + base form refers to a discontinued habit, something you did in the past but no longer do now.
I'm not half the man I used to be ( Yesterday by the Beatles).
When I was in Cambridge , I used to go to the pub every Friday evening ( no longer now).
TO BE USED TO + GERUND refers to something you are accustomed to doing.
TO GET/ GROW USED TO + GERUND refers to something you grow accustomed to doing.
I'm so used to queueing up that I don't mind waiting.
As I stayed with the Browns, I got used to loving their dogs.
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