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USED TO / WOULD Thursday, August 4th
Uses: used to would To talk about a habit in the past For example: I would run every morning, but now I don’t do it never again.
Generally: used to would For example: My teacher used to speak fast. Lisa would play computer games all day long. to describe past states with a time word or phrase
STRUCTURES AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCES SUBJECT used to/ would Infinitive verb For example: My little sister used to swim. We would study every friday.
STRUCTURES NEGATIVE SENTENCES SUBJECT Didn’t use to/ Wouldn’t Infinitive verb For example: My little sister didn’t use to swim. We wouldn’t study every friday.
STRUCTURES INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES For example: Did you use to ride a bike? Would you play football every Sunday? Did subject use to verb ? Would subject verb
STRUCTURES Short answes For example: Yes, I did.No, I didn’t Yes, I would.No, I wouldn’t Yes, subject did No, subject would subject didn’t Wouldn’t
Let’s practice! Student’s book Page 59
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