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    #1

    visited vs used to visit

    Hi
    Is there any difference between the following sentences in terms of meaning?

    He visited his mother every saturday.

    He used to visit his mother every saturday.

    Thanks

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    Re: visited vs used to visit

    Hi, Nathan.

    They mean the same to me.

    (Capitalise Saturday.)

    Rover

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