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Francesca Castro1996
Use to/ be use to What's the difference between "I use to do something" and "I'm use to do something" ? 
Aug 7, 2016 12:46 PM
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Neither of these constructions exist, I'm afraid.

Both 'I use to do' and 'I'm use to do' are incorrect.

These are the correct constructions:

 

I used to do that = Lo facevo sempre (nel passato), ma non lo faccio più.

 

I am used to doing that = Sono abituata a farlo ( nel presente).

August 7, 2016

Here is a link with a good explanation:

http://www.5minuteenglish.com/mar20.htm


August 7, 2016
Thank you!
August 7, 2016

"Used to" means you did a certain action for a period of time ,but now you DON'T it anymore.

" be used to" means you often done or experienced a certain action, it is not strange or difficult for you.

I hope it helps.

August 7, 2016
Francesca Castro1996
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