English lessons with Mr Rýdl
Used to do, be used to, get used to (Upper-intermediate)

Let's play a game now! Take a step towards me if you watch a lot of TV when you were a child.

Don't talk to me like that! I'm not this kind of behaviour!

My older sister is a new diet. And I can tell you that it will take some time before she finally it.

A: Mike, are you already this weather? - B: Is that so obvious? - A: Yes, it is. Even though I'm really surprised that you've managed to this heat so fast.

A: Do you know that grandpa be in the army? - B: Well, I do now. What he use to do there? - A: I think he be a drill-sergeant.

Sarah didn't smoke before she got married. Now she smoking two packs a day. So I hope that she'll get divorced one day and that she'll to a healthier lifestyle.

A: Does your son help you with housework, Mary? - B: No, he doesn't. He's nothing at home. But my new boyfriend is going to do something about that. So I think that Mike will have to helping me with housework quite fast.

A: How long will it take before I this town? - B: Don't worry, it won't take long. I think that you'll get it very quickly.

I used a much more luxurious life when I was married to James. But I'm much happier now that I'm married to Mark even though he doesn't have a lot of money and I had to used to a much lower living standard.