USED TO+INFINITIVE,GET USED TO+GERUND, BE USED TO +GERUND (2)
1.-JOIN THE SENTENCE IN COLUMN A WITH THE SENTENCE THAT HAS THE SAME MEANING IN COLUM B
I played football
a.-She is not used to speaking to strangers
2-She was a nurse
b.-I am used to swimming long distances
3.-They usually wore formal clothes
c.-She usually trains on Saturdays
4.-It is easy for me to swim long distances
d.-I used to play football
5.-It is not easy for her to speak to strangers
e.-We usually go to the cinema on Sundays
6.-Working for her is not easy but I will try
f.-I had to get used to wearing a uniform
7.-I canīt stand so much tea
g.-I will get used to working for her
8.-We often go to the cinema on Sundays
h-They used to wear formal clothes
9.-She trains on Saturdays
i.-She used to be a nurse
10.-I didnīt like to wear a uniform but I had to
j.-I canīt get used to drinking so much tea
2.-Fill in the blanks with the correct tense of the verbs in brackets
a.-There usednīt to
(be) computers in the nineteenth century.
b.-I am used to
(work)on the night shift.
on the night shift.
d.-She had to get used to
e.-She would get used to
contact lenses if she tried to.
f.-They couldnīt get used to
(live) in a flat thatīs why they moved to a small house in the country.
g.-They used to
(commute)every day but now they walk to work .
h.-We used to
(read)a lot of books at school.
i.-I am not used to
j.-She used to
used to exercises
> used to, get used to, be used to (2)
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