A student recently asked me about making sentences with 'used to'. They asked me, "Is it okay to say, 'We were used to talk every day'?" I addressed this issue in a blog post with a video and a PDF worksheet (http://goo.gl/PVZdix).
Is this explanation clear? Do you have any questions? I would be happy to help.
Yes, 'used to' means something in the past that isn't true now or that doesn't happen anymore. However, 'to be used to' can also mean a habit in the past, present or future:
I was used to staying out late. (past)
I am used to working on computers. (present)
I will get used to living abroad. (future)
does "used to" means as something in the past that won't be happened again or only happened in the past (eg: he used to be small. but now he is very tall) ? and, "to be used to" means like a habit that always a doer did in the past.(eg, i'm used to driving on the right while i was in uk, but i'm driving on the left now). is it true?