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Use to/ Used to There is a little confusion on how to use them. One reason for the confusion is that it is sometimes used as a verb, and sometimes used.

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Apresentação em tema: "Use to/ Used to There is a little confusion on how to use them. One reason for the confusion is that it is sometimes used as a verb, and sometimes used."— Transcrição da apresentação:

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2 Use to/ Used to There is a little confusion on how to use them. One reason for the confusion is that it is sometimes used as a verb, and sometimes used as an adjective. The other reason is because it seems like the tense changes. It's really quite simple when you look at it.

3 Used as an adjective. Use to be + used to This means to be accustomed to I can study with the TV on. I am used to it. It means I am accustomed, adjusted, or don't mind having the TV play while I'm studying. Tim had a hard time living in Tokyo. He wasn't used to so many people. Tim didn't have experience being with big crowds of people before.

4 Used as a verb. Use to + verb It is a regular verb and means something that happened but doesn't happen any more. It uses -ed to show past tense. But since it always means something that happened in the past, it should always use past tense. I used to go to school in Paris. (I went to school there before, but now I don't.) When Joshua was a child, he used to climb trees. (Now he doesn't climb trees.) Remember, we always use this word when talking about the past. So when do you use use to without the d at the end? When the base form of the verb is used. She didn't use to swim before noon. (Now she does swim before noon.) Did your father use to ride a horse? ( In these cases the past tense is shown with the did and didn't.)

5 You try...Use the correct form of use to. Decide if it is an adjective or verb. If it is a verb, does it use the base form of the verb, or does it need -ed? 1. Emily _____ play with dolls. Emily used to play with dolls (used to – verb) 2. Sheila wasn't ______ having to cook for herself. 3. Did Todd _______ go skiing in the Alps? 4. I never ________ get up so late. 5. His dog is ________ staying home alone all day. 6. We didn't ________ use to fight like this. 7. I wonder if you will ever be ________ working so hard. 8. She didn't ________ sing so well, did she? 9. Herbert ________ play basketball after school. 10. They aren't ________ staying out so late.

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8 The air that circulates inside a pressurized airplane cabin has very good quality. Only sentences 1, 2 and 3 are correct

9 Only 2 and 4 are in the text Only 1, 2 and 6 do

10 R. consequently - A conjunção thus significa assim, desta forma, podendo ser substituída por consequently sem alterar o significado da frase R:Only 1, 3 and 4 are. -As informações 1, 3 e 4 estão contidas no texto. Informação 1- os diferentes materiais com os quais eram feitas roupas, fur-pele, leather-couro, leaves-folhas ou grass- capim (linha 1). Informação 3- a razão das pessoas usarem roupas – protection from the elements – proteção dos elementos (frio, chuva, etc.) (linha 2) Informação 4- o ano que algmas agulhas de costura foram encontradas, 1988 na Rússia (linha 4)

11 Only 2, 4 and 5 are in the text. As informações 2,4 e 5 estão contidas no texto. Informação 2- a razão pela qual é difícil saber sobre as primeiras roupas usadas pelos humanos clothing materials deteriorate quickly(linhas 2 e 3) Informação 4- O local onde os arqueólogos encontraram antigas agulhas de costura – perto de Kostenki, Rússia (linha 4) Informação 5- os diferentes modos que nossos ancestrais costumavam usar suas garments-vestimentas, draped- penduradas, wrapped-enroladas e tied-amaradas. (linhas 1 e 2) R. because - A conjunção since – visto que, uma vez que, desde que pode ser substituída por because sem alterar o significado da frase.


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