Practice the differences between USED TO and WOULD in English. In this exercise, test your skills with USED TO and WOULD. When you have finished the test, click the ‘View questions’ button.
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Select the best option to complete each of these sentences.
We ______ walk to school everyday but get a lift home.CorrectIncorrect
The teacher ______ make us take out the previous night’s homework as soon as the lesson started.CorrectIncorrect
We ______ live in the town center before we moved.CorrectIncorrect
I ______ understand mathematics but now I’ve forgotten it all.CorrectIncorrect
There ______ be a few places to lunch in the town.CorrectIncorrect
We ______ spend all our pocket money on chocolate instead of buying lunch at school.CorrectIncorrect
I ______ love to have a lie in on Saturday mornings when I was at college.CorrectIncorrect
I ______ like the television shows that were on at the weekends.CorrectIncorrect
If it was raining at the weekends, we ______ lie on the couch and watch television for hours.CorrectIncorrect
When the weather was good, I ______ visit my friend or meet at the mall.CorrectIncorrect