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03 February 2010

Used to vs Use to

Do these two words have the same meaning? Both of them have the same pronunciation, so what makes them different anyway? “Used to” is correct in most instances (“we used to go to the lake every summer”; “I used to know that”). But when it follows did or didn’t, the correct spelling is use to (“that didn’t use to be a problem”).

Reference: The Merriam Webster Dictionary.

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