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    Question About be used to+ gerund and used to+ infinitive

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    Re: About be used to+ gerund and used to+ infinitive

    Welcome to the forum, Nancy.

    BE used to is followed by a gerund.
    Used to is followed by an infinitive.

    They are completely different verbs with completely different meanings, which can be found in a dictionary. Do you have specific questions about these verbs?

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