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USED TO vs BE USED TO

Used to” refers to past habits or situations that are no longer true in the present.
Be used to” refers to the state of being familiar or accustomed to something in the present.

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USED TO vs BE USED TO

"Used to" is used to talk about past habits or situations that are no longer true.
"Be used to" means to be familiar with something or accustomed to it.

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Jack ___________ the noise of the traffic outside his apartment because he grew up in a quiet village.

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We ___________ go camping every summer when we were kids.

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Mary has been living in France for three years now. She ___________ speaking French.

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Tom ___________ stay up late studying for exams when he was in university.

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When I first started my new job, I ___________ the long working hours, but now I'm used to them.

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Sarah ___________ play the piano when she was a child, but she doesn't anymore.

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John has recently moved to a big city. He _______________ the fast-paced lifestyle yet.

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I ___________ walk to school every day when I was younger.

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Lisa ___________ living in a small town, so she found it difficult to adjust to city life.

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