Used to shows that:
- a particular thing always happened or was true in the past.
- But it no longer happens or is no longer true now:
- David used to live in Madrid.
- She used to exercise every morning, but since she had that terrible accident she doesn't exercise anymore.
- Why don't you come and see me like you used to?
Here are the interrogative, affirmative and negative forms of used to
- Did you use to exercise regularly?
- Yes, I used to go jogging nearly everyday.
- No, I didn't use to exercise on a regular basis.
1.Used to shows that a particular thing always happened or was true in the past (see examples above)
2.Be used to is used to say that something is normal, not unusual.
- I'm used to living alone.
- Don't worry, John is used to driving for long hours. He has worked as a professional driver for 20 years.
3.Get used shows that something is in the process of becoming normal.
- He doesn't like that small town, but he'll get used to it.
- She found the heels too high, but she got used to them.
- Since the divorce, she has become very sad. But I think she'll get used to her new life.
- I got used to living in Canada in spite of the cold weather.
4. Get used to and be used to are followed by either a noun or a gerund.
Get used to + noun Get used to + gerund (verb+ing) I got used to the noise
I'm used to the cold weather
I got used to waking up early
I'm used to working late at night