Note Falcon: that wasn't a typo.
Originally Posted by Tdol
More accustomed examples:
People are being very kind - I'm not accustomed to all this attention.
Take your hand off me young lady - I'm not accustomed to this sort of behaviour. [As Tdol said, it's more common to say 'used to' - so accustomed tends to be used in fairly pompous language. Note, I'm not saying 'accustomed is pompous'; rather, when someone is being pompous, they tend to use more formal words.]
a - all your suggestions are fine; you could also say 'as yet'.
- you could say get used to but it means something different:
We used to spend ... b 'stained (or marked?)' - either, but their meanings are different. When something is marked it's either intentional ('I marked them with a cross' or not a stain: The carpet was marked where the chair had been.
past repetitive/habitual (
check with a grammarian what the term is - I'd prefer to say pretérito imperfeito
) of 'spend'
We are used to spending...
We were used to spending...
We got used to spending...
establishment of a past custom