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    FJR-Michael Guest

    Default Difference in sense

    I've a confusion about the difference between "to be used to ...ing" and "to get used to ...ing". In my student book is the only difference that "get used to..." is "sometimes unusual or strange". Thanks in advance for you answer.

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    mykwyner is offline Key Member
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    Default Re: Difference in sense

    In this sense, get means become. I am used to the smell in here. You willget used to it in a few days, too.

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