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USE OF ‘USED TO’ ‘NEED TO’ ‘DARE TO’

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USES OF ‘USED TO’ ‘NEED TO’ ‘DARE TO’


USED TO

PAST HABIT

We used to walk after dinner.

They used to play football every Sunday.
Everyday, the parrot used to come on this tree.
My mother used to cook early morning.
PAST EXISTENCE

There used to be a fort here.

There used to be a hospital in this area.
These are the signs that people used to hunt here.
It proves that leopard used to come here daily.

NEED TO

NECESSITY

We need to leave this place urgently.
They needn’t waste their time here.
I need to support her in this condition.
Andrea needs to collect fund for flood victims.
OBLIGATION

The players need to finish match in time.
You need to attend today’s conference.
Gloria needn’t talk on this issue now.
Teachers need not teach all lessons.

DARE TO

COURAGE

They dare to catch the poisonous snakes.
I dare not go in the forest alone.
Louis dared to jump in flood water.
She dared not talk to him.


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have to/has to
must/ought to
may/might
will/would
shall/should
can/could
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