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HOME > ENGLISH GRAMMAR EXERCISES > Used to/be used to 2

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ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: Used to/ to be used to 2 | level: Intermediate




Complete each of the following sentences. Remember that when someone "used to" do something, it means that he/she did something in the past; when someone "is used to" doing something, it means that he/she is accustomed to doing something.


1. ________ go out with your cousin?
  Didn't he used to
  Wasn't he used to

2. ________ her moods by now?
  Didn't he used to
  Isn't he used to

3. ________ live on Franklin Ave?
  Aren't they used to
  Didn't they used to

4. ________ the heat?
  Aren't you used to
  Didn't you used to

5. I ________ this kind of treatment.
  am not used to
  didn't use to

6. I ________ drink so much coffee.
  am not used to
  didn't use to

7. I ________ drinking so much coffee.
  am not used to
  didn't use to

8. We ________ working so hard.
  didn't use to
  are not used to

9. The teacher ________ give us so much homework.
  is not used to
  didn't use to

10. The cat ________ sleep on my pillow, but now she does.
  didn't use to
  is not used to


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