It used only in past.
- We were used to the sunny weather of the coast.
- I am not used to travelling by plane.
- I used to walk to school.
Getting used to
To get used to something means to become accustomed to it. 'Used to' is followed either by a noun or by a verb ending in -ing.
- I was getting used to working with Michael.
- She is getting used to waking up early for her new job.
- He is getting used to walking.
would,could, should, might, must
Modal verbs are a type of auxiliary verb which express the mood of another verb. They are used to express ideas such as possibility, prediction, speculation, deduction and necessity.
- I told you that I WOULD see you tomorrow.
- If he had time, he WOULD do the homework.
- Charlie could swim when he was four years old.
- Could I use your phone please?
- You should take an umbrella in case it rains.
- I've revised so I should be ready for the test.
- We might win a prize but I doubt it.
- The President said he might come.
- Fish MUST live in water.
- He MUST take this medicine
- She is always talking about my boyfriend.
- My uncle teaches karate.
- He's always angering with everybody.
- My math teacher sometimes is nice.
Someone's typical behavior
- Every morning I brush my teeth
- My dog every night wants eat.
Past with used to + infinitive
- When I was a child, we used to on vacation to Florida.
- He used to live in a large house.
- We used to go there every year.
Modals with certain or possible
- They must have arrived.
- They might come later.
- They could have arrived hours ago.
Have + past participle
- Carla has worked here for five years.
- Olga has promised to help me.
- I have called you several times this week.
Firstly, Finally, Basically, Another thing, as far as, suppose, anyway
- Firstly, watching TV every day is bad for your eyes. Second, watching TV is really a waste of time.
- Finally, you can put some milk into the cup, and your “cuppa” is ready! Enjoy!
- Basically, public key cryptography requires access to users ' public keys.
- Another thing is that would be a tax on people who are less well off.
- As far as I'm concerned, people should be allowed to eatwhat they want.
- I suppose the problem is that we don't know what's in these burges.
- Anyway, as I was saying.
Methaphors and idioms with -hands, heart, legs, head
- Can you give me a hand with this car.
- We had a heart-to-heart talk, and things are much clearer now.
- My daughter has a very good head for business.
Synonymus of: Concerned, loathed, describe, buddies, unfortune