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Used To + infinitive / Would + infinitive / Be Used To Doing

'Used to + infinitive':

We use 'Used to + infinitive to talk about past habits or repeated activities in the past which are not happening in the present. We also use it to talk about states in the past which are no longer true. For example:

Linking words in IELTS speaking and writing tasks

In IELTS speaking and writing you can make your argument more persuasive by adding different linking words which also help to reassure your opinion on different point of views.

Easter in the UK

Here we are, in the middle of April, just a day before the Easter celebration starts in the UK. This year Easter Sunday falls on the 16th of April.  

Common affixes in IELTS vocabulary

 What are affixes?

Affixes are typically described as groups of letters added at the beginning or the end of a word. By adding these letters you are usually changing the meaning and a possible function of the original word.

5 more ways to talk about the future

As you may already know, there are many ways to talk about the future in English. In today’s grammar workshop we will be looking at some more advanced ways of talking about the future.

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