So you’ve mastered asking questions in different tenses. You know when to use helping verbs and where to put them in the question. Your word order is correct. But somehow your questions still sound a bit… unfriendly. When learning a new language it’s important to know not just how to be grammatically correct but also…
“I used to play tennis”, “I’m used to playing tennis” or “I’m getting used to playing tennis”? These three phrases look almost the same, but there are some big differences in their meanings. Read on to find out how to use each of them correctly. Used to We say “used to” to talk about habits…
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