Tham khảo tài liệu 'oxford learner's grammar 4', ngoại ngữ, ngữ pháp tiếng anh phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả | Modal verbs Before we had television people would make their own entertainment. Every morning my father would leave the house before I woke. In general it is safer to say used to. B B Used to Used to expresses the idea that something happened regularly or continued over a period of time in the past. I used to come here when 1 was a child. Emma used to have a bicycle hut then she sold it. before ive had television people used to make their own. entertainment. I used to come here means that at one period I came here regularly but thẹn 1 stopped. Used IO is pronounced Juist to There is no present-tense form not use ỉtì-eome here now. We use did in negatives and questions. There didn t use to he so much crime as there is today. What kind of books did you use to read as a child NOTE We can use never in the negative. There never used to be so much crime. Used not to IS rather formal. There used not to be so much crime. c Used to and be I get used to Compare used to do and be used to doing. We used to live in the country. But then we moved to London. Al tine time we lived in the country. We re used to living in London now. But at first it was quite a shock after life in the country. Living in London no longer feels strange to US. We can also say get used to to talk about becoming more familiar with something. still find driving in Britain quite difficult i ll never get used to driving on the left. Sarah had never seen herself as a manager but she soon got used to being in charge. 83 Dare Dare is a mixture of forms. We sometimes use it as an ordinary verb and sometimes as a modal verb. It lakes an infinitive with or without to. Not many people dare to walk along here at night. No one dares to protest dare protest. Only four of US had dared to accept the challenge. 118 84 Modal verb phrase If you dare 10 đo something you are brave enough to do it 11 you daren t then you are too afraid to do it. Dare is more common in negatives and questions than in positive statements. The

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