Lesson on BE USED TO vs. GET USED TO (I am used to going to school - I am getting used to driving)
Published at : 20 Dec 2020
This video is about be used to and get used to. This lesson focuses on the main difference between these two grammatical forms. Be used to is being accustomed to sth. Instead, get used to means to become accustomed to sth. The teacher will give you easy examples in order to distinguish their difference. This lesson is for elementary students who wish to study or review English grammar, and for students who reached an advanced level in grammar, wishing to brush up on their grammar skills.
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