2nd October 2019

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Is it get use to it or get used to it?

If you get used to something, you become accustomed to it; it is no longer unusual or strange. Get used to is the process of becoming used to something. After a while he didn't mind the noise in the office; he got used to it. Used to + verb infinitive refers to a habit or state in the past.

Besides, what is the meaning of I used to be?

Used to has another meaning. If you are used to something, you have become familiar with it and you accept it. With this sense, used to is preceded by the verb be or get, and is followed by a noun or an -ing form. It doesn't frighten them. They're used to it.

What is the verb to be in English?

The verb to be is the most irregular verb in the English language. It is normally a linking verb showing existence or the condition of the subject. It can also be used as an auxiliary verb when forming the passive voice. The forms of the verb to be in English are as follows: Infinitive.

Is it supposed to or suppose to?

To suppose something means to assume something. When used in a passive construction, you use a form of the verb to be plus the past participle of to suppose, which is supposed. To be supposed to means to be expected to, to be obliged to.
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