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Gerunds and infinitives, Used to, be used to, get used to, Past modals

Grammar revision and practice
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English learners often get confused when trying to choose between gerunds and infinitives; used to, get used or be used to something as well as past modals. Therefore, I created this easy to follow presentation with lots of examples to show how these grammar elements are used in everyday conversations.

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