The expression used to is commonly used when talking about past habits.
It means “something was true in the past, but it is not anymore.” For example,
- I used to live in Toronto, but I don’t anymore. Now I live in Vancouver.
- I used to ride a bicycle to school, but I don’t anymore. Now I drive a car.
- I used to be married, but I’m not anymore. Now I’m divorced.
Used To (from Englishpage.com)
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