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Used to + Infinitive Exercise

We use the structure “used to + infinitive” to talk about past habits or repeated actions that are no longer done in the present.
Complete these sentences using “used to + infinitive.” Use the verbs given.

1. My hair is short now, but I long hair when I was a teenager. (have)

2. He’s retired now, but he a teacher. (be)

3. She doesn’t go to the beach these days, but she there every weekend. (go)

4. They golf, but they don’t have time to play now. (play)

5. I to college by car. (not/go)

6. My father a cup of coffee in the morning, but he doesn’t now. (drink)

7. My brother healthy food. (not/eat)

8. He doesn’t smoke now, but he heavily when he was in his twenties. (smoke)

9. I in a small flat, but now I live in a big house. (live)

10. to a private school? (you/go)

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