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used to be / used to / be used to -ing Sometimes I make a pancake in the morning. In this situation do you think which sentence can I say ? " I used to be making a pancake " or " I used to make a pancake " or " I'm used to making a pancake " Thanks ~ ϵ( 'Θ' )϶
Mar 7, 2014 1:06 AM
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you would say "I used to make pancakes" if it is something you no longer do. If you still make pancakes sometimes, then you wouldn't say "used to" at all
March 7, 2014
oh . .they are all past tense . . every answer you suggested were added with -ed . while the sentence you gave is not related to past activities but rather, an activity done everyday
March 9, 2014
i wouldn't use any of those sentences. they are all wrong. =(
March 7, 2014
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