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Unformatted text preview: would often become angry if anyone disagreed with him. 2 As an adjective Put get or be before used to. After used to, use a noun phrase (Unit 45.3) or a verbal noun (Unit 48). It means “familiar with”. For example: I am used to work ing hard. It is not new to me. I am getting used to the cold weather, but it was difficult for me at first. Don’t worry about the new job. You ’ll soon get used to it. He was not used to liv ing on his own, so when he started, it felt very strange. NOTICE: See the difference in meaning: He is used to getting up early. He has got up early for a long time. He used to get up early. But now he gets up late....
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2011 for the course ESL 100 taught by Professor Online during the Spring '10 term at Open Uni..
- Spring '10