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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #26230: Would/used to
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    1. In the evenings, she watch TV while waiting for us.

    2. Your mother used to call you regularly, ?

    3. It's very hot in Italy. l'm not used .

    4. Her children brush their teeth before going to bed.

    5. Did you to museums when you lived in London?

    6. Rachel asked her to move because she in that corner of the table.

    7. Terry a lot of beer when he lived in Ireland as a diplomat.

    8. He smoke cigarettes, but now he doesn't do it anymore.

    9. It's not easy to get used up at 5:00 every day.

    10. When she first travelled to London, she driving on the left.

    11. She was exhausted because she was not used so much exercise.

    12. Some people think that students who
    to using a dictionary all the time may not be able to understand the meaning of latin texts.

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