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Pretty simple confusion :S
"I use to like to drive"
"I used to like to drive"
At first I thought "used" because that infers an action.
It's gotten me a little confused.
Ok, but used in another structure:
"I used the shovel"
"I use the shovel"
You have past tense and present tense. What makes that different in this structure?
I used to be unable to use chopsticks. When I went to work in China, I soon got used to using them.
Here's a 19th-century example:
This is archaic now.Mr. Lorriby was not of the sort of schoolmasters whom men use to denominate by the title of knock-down and drag out.