- We use "used to" + the base form of the verb:
Affirmative: I used to go to the park with my friends every day.
Negative: I didn't use to go to the park with my friends every day.
Interrogative: Did you use to go to the park with your friends every day?
- For something that was true but no longer is:
There used to be a theatre in this town but now there isn't.
- We use " be used to" + the present participle of a verb (-ing form):
- To say that something is normal, not unusual:
I am used to living on my own. I've done it for quite a long time.
- We use " get used to" + the present participle of a verb (-ing form):
- To talk about the process of something becoming normal for us.
I have always lived in the country but now I'm beginning to get used to living in the city.
- Exercise 1
- Exercise 2
- Exercise 3
- Exercise 4
- Exercise 5
Source: English Grammar Secrets.