GrammaTube - an explanation about the difference between “used to” and “would”

GrammaTube - an explanation about the difference between “used to” and “would”

Many students of English have trouble with the difference between “used to” and “would”. We use both of these to talk about things in the past which we don't do now or are not happening now. Sometimes both “used to” and “would” are OK in one sentence - sometimes only “used to”.

This post contains a selection of YouTube videos that explain in a clear way the difference between “used to” and “would” when talking about things in the past.

Grammar can be one of the most difficult skills to develop in English but it is without doubt the key to progress throughout your learning. A good grammar base will help you to write properly and speak in English, hence improving communication with other people.

Good subtitled video with differences between “used to” and “would”



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Great video that explains how to use “would” in the past



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Good subtitled video with examples about using “used to” and “would”



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The difference between I used to, past simple and would for past habits



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