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    Whenever she used to

    "Whenever she used enter the church, walking with the help of stick. Children used to make fun of her and I used to ask them not to do this".

    Can we write it as "Whenever she entered the church, walking with the help of stick. Children made fun of her and I asked them not to do this"?

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    Re: Whenever she used to

    Whenever she entered the church, walking with the help of a stick, children made fun of her and I asked (told) them not to do this it.

    The original first sentence is not complete.

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    Last edited by tedmc; 15-Jan-2015 at 09:10.

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    Re: Whenever she used to

    We do not have to use "used to or would" for repeated action. We can use simple past. I didn't(First sentence is not complete)?

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