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Mrs Bell is a hundred years old. She’s the oldest person in the village.
A radio reporter is interviewing her. Put in used to with the verb.
Mrs Bell: I’ve always lived in the village, but not always in this house.
Reporter: Where did you use to live (you / live)?
Mrs Bell: When I was a girl, we lived at Apple Tree Farm. (we / like) it there.
Reporter: But life was hard, wasn’t it?
Mrs Bell: Oh, yes. Things (be) different from the way they are now. In those days (we / not / have) electricity.
Reporter: And (you / help) with the farm work?
Mrs Bell: Yes, (I / look) after the hens.
Look at the pictures and say what the people used to do or are used to doing.
Use these verbs: climb, fly, paint, play, sign
Use these objects: autographs, badminton, mountains, pictures, planes
► He used to paint pictures.
► She‘s used to signing autographs.
Put in a to-infinitive or to + ing-form. Use the verbs in brackets.
►When I was a child, I used to dream (dream) of being an astronaut.
►I’m terribly nervous. I’m not used to speaking (speak) to a large audience.
1- It took us ages to get used (live) in a block of flats.
2- Lots of trains used (stop) here, but not many do now.
3- Didn’t Nick use (work) on a building site?
4- There didn’t use (be) so many soap operas on television.
5- I’ll have an orange juice, please. I’m not used (drink) alcohol.
6- David doesn’t seem to mind being in hospital. I suppose he’s got used (be) there.
7- When Laura was at college, she used (have) a picture of Elvis Presley on her