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    I would like to get a brief explanation of double-verb. and used to+ infinitive and used to+ gerund in semantic point of view.

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    Re: Double-verb

    Welcome to the forum, zaitun.

    I'm afraid I don't know what you mean by 'double verb'. Where did you find this term?

    If you want to know the meaning if 'used to' and 'BE used to', start here: Come back to this thread if you have any problems with the definitions you find.

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