My little sister is used to eating lunch at noon.
I'm used to getting up early.
I used to live in Mante.
Getting used to:
He's getting used to doing the cooking.
We're getting used to her.
She's getting used to washing the dishes.
Would, Could, Should, Might, Must:
He might be here.
I might have fallen asleep.
I must doing my homework.
She must be very happy.
I could have lost it.
I couldn't spent it.
You should help me with that.
I shouldn't be late.
I would swim when I was a child.
She would play guitar when she was a teen.
I work in a librery.
My sister works in a bank.
My sister always borrowing my clothes without asking me.
She'll go out on a friday night and won't be back till morning.
This is typical of his.
I find it depressed.
Past with used to + infinitive:
Tom used to drink coffe. Now he prefers tea.
She used to drive a car. Now she prefres ride a bicycle.
Modals with certain or possible:
She may have arrived now.
She can't have fallen in love.
Have + Past Participle:
I have written a letter.
I have done it.
I have heard that before.
Firstly, Finally, Basically, Another thing, As far as, Suppose, Anyway:
Firstly, I have a question about that.
Finally, I want to explain my conclusion.
Basically, I have a problem with that.
There were no cars on the road as far as I could see.
I suppose that you want to fixe the problem.
Another thing is that you don't want my help.
I suppose I should explain what a cask breather is.
Anyway, on this last day of the season Peterstone was all abuzz.
Methapors and idioms with:
hands, heart, legs, head.
Let your heart rule your head.
Hit the nail on the head.
Give me a hand, please.
Break a Leg!
Conerned, loathed, buddies, unfortune, describe.
Concerned - upset.
Loathed - hated.
Buddies - friends.
Unfortune - ill-fortune.
Describe - relate.