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    would or used to

    Q: Complete the sentence with ( used to / didn't use to / would / wouldn't ):

    1. My primary school teachers ........... us any homework, but they ......... teach us a lot in class.

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    Re: would or used to

    Quote Originally Posted by riyadhiraq View Post
    Q: Complete the sentence with ( used to / didn't use to / would / wouldn't ):

    1. My primary school teachers ........... us any homework, but they ......... teach us a lot in class.

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    Normally, I don't help with homework, and this seems to be homework. It seems that the first part of the sentence is missing a word. What word should be there to make a reasonable sentence?

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    Re: would or used to

    Hello.
    I'm not really sure if it's homework or not, but it would be better for you to tell us what you think first.
    (I'm also interested in this question.)

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    Re: would or used to

    You asked this question, and it was answered, on April 11th. See this link.http://www.usingenglish.com/forum/as...tml#post974010
    Last edited by riquecohen; 20-Apr-2013 at 21:48. Reason: added link

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