- I used to drink coffee every day
- I used to talk to her friend every morning when she was at university
- She didn’t use to drink when she was at university 18
Getting used to
- I was getting used to working with best friend.
- I will never get used to getting up early.
- People get used to new technologies.
- I would go to the party.
- I would help you.
- I would get very angry.
- Anybody could be chosen for the job.
- I couldn't see very clearly.
- I could help she if she only let me.
- You should doing your homework
- You should go to sleep.
They should exercise more.
- We might be going the wrong way.
- I might call you tomorrow.
- It might rain tonight.
- Passengers must fasten their seatbealts
- You must respect your parents
- I must tidy my bedroom. It's a mess
- We'd used to go to school together
We were always giggling so much
Attitude about someone else's habit
- We eat breakfast at home every day.
- John showers before he goes to work.
Someone's typical behavior
- I usually takes the bus early.
- I like drink orange juice in the mornings.
Used to + infinitive
- She used to drink coffee. Now he prefers tea.
- I used to drive to work. Now I take the underground.
- Bill used to live in Wales. Now he lives in Scotland
They must have arrived
- She must lost your cell phone
- You can't be serious
- They may come by car.
- If we don’t hurry we could be late
- You could easily lose your way in the dark.
Have + Past Participle
- They have gone for a walk.
- A rabbit might have eaten all my flowers.
- My neighbour could have stolen the flowers
- OK, firstly, the pay is bad compared to the rest of the world.
- He was 72 when the abolition act was finally passed.
- The algebra is basically an algebra in which multiplication is not associative.
- And for another thing, he didn't lie to me.
As far as
- As far as I'm concerned the weather this very bad
- I suppose that 's what draws people into keeping exotic animals.
And unless you have diabetes, blood sugar remains generally stable anyway.
- I' offer to help , but I've got my hands full at the moment
- Broken heart
- Break a leg
- knock an idea on the head
- back luck
- adverse fortune