This exercise to practise the use of the verb used to is part of a a lesson about used to in our intermediate English course.
Fill the gaps with the correct form of used to and the verb in brackets at the end of the sentence. If the verb is given with not, then used to should be used in negative. If the sentnce is a question, use used to with the necessary auxiliary verb.
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She didn’t use to have long hair. (not have)
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John bananas when he was young. (not like)
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they to bed early? (go)
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