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4:02 PM
Q: Differences between "would" and "used to" when we are talking about habit

lolocriptoWhat is the differences between use "would" vs "used to" I used to play football when I was a child. I would play football when I was a child.

It's a duplicate, but to what question?
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Q: Using “used to” when expressing something done in the past

J.R.I understand how the phrase "used to" can describe something that was done in the past: When I was growing up, my parents used to read to me at bedtime. My dad used to take the family out for ice cream on Sundays in the summertime. Although these sound fine in conversation, when I see...

Thanks! Let's vote to close it!
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7:08 PM
Q: How these following problems can be solved?

Nazmul HassanWould anybody like to explain the following problems that I face while I read the following sentences? " Alive, Miss Emily had been a tradition, a duty, and a care; a sort of hereditary obligation upon the town, dating from that day in 1894 when Colonel Sartoris, the mayor -- he who fathered the...

I think it might be better to split the questions into several ones, but someone might want to answer all that in one answer.
7:48 PM
These questions are about the same passage, but they're unrelated. It would be better if you asked them separately. — snailboat 56 secs ago
@snailboat So true... I wasn't sure what the guidelines are for it and I'm sure that, were they individual questions, they'd get better answers.
8:47 PM
@Catija They'd prolly get longer answers, but I doubt they'd be much better than the one you gave.
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10:42 PM
Hullo! :)
11:19 PM
Hello! Or wait, maybe I should start promoting hallo as an alternative to this hullo craze of ours
Whatcha' up to?
I have a new pet snail!
No name yet
How about shelly?

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