Used to vs. to be used to

I am going to help correct a very common advanced grammar mistake. There are two different phrases that often get mixed up. One is easy, and one is complex. But even the easy one needs to be explained, and the complex one, well, that one too.

The first is about past habits, or something that existed or was true in the past, but doesn’t exist or isn’t true anymore.

The second is about a feeling you have about something.

A = past habit or something that existed

B = a feeling (present, past, future)

*after listening to the lesson, practice in the comment section below 

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