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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #17482: Used to
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Past habits [Change theme]
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    Used to

    Used to

    Used to and verbal form refer to a habit that took place in the past , a longing action, and which is now over.

      Exemple : He used to work in his bedroom.


    the negative form of 'used to' used to is 'didn't use to'

     Exemple : I didn't use to do my homework.


    The interrogative form of 'used to' is : Did / Sujet / 'use to' / verbal base 

    Exemple : Did you use to live in London?


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    1. I (work) in the Twin Towers.

    2. (leave) the classroom at 4 : 00 pm?

    3. I (forgive) him.

    4. He (beat) me.

    5. The teacher (speak) English in the classroom.

    6. He (write) a lot.

    7. She (spend) time in the supermarket.

    8. We (not / play) outside.

    9. He (not /write) five stories a day.

    10. (She / eat) three times a day?

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