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Would vs. Used To

Would Use would to talk about repeated actions and events in the past. The old man would sit in a corner talking to himself for hours. After dinner we all would sit in the drawing room and chat. Use used to talk...

Would vs. Used To

Would can be used to talk about past habits and typical characteristics. She would always carry an umbrella. He would often go for long drives. Her days would start at 5.30 and then she would dust, clean, wash, cook and iron....

Used To

Used to We use used + infinitive to talk about past habits. I used to smoke, but now I have stopped. He used to play football when he was a boy. There used to be a theatre at this corner years ago....

Used To | Be Used To

Used to + infinitive The structure used to + infinitive is used to say that something happened continuously or frequently during a period in the past. I used to smoke. I used to read a lot. I used to write stories....

Used To vs. Would Worksheet

Complete the following sentences using would or used to. In some cases, either could be used. 1. My father ——————— smoke a lot. a) used to b) would c) either could be used here...