HABITS AND ROUTINES. a) PRESENT. To talk about a routine or a habit in the present we use simple present and a frequency adverb. Affirmative: Subject Adverb Verb Complements She usually reads books in the evening . Negative: Subject Don’t Doesn’t Adverb Verb Complements He doesn’t usually eat in fast food restaurants . Interrogative: (Wh) Do Does Subject Adverb Verb Complements Where do you usually go on Saturday night?
HABITS AND ROUTINES. a) PAST. To talk about a routine or a habit in the past that it does no longer take place in the present we use the forms USED TO + INF and WOULD + INF She used to go to the theatre once a month. Did you use to play tennis when you were young? We didn’t use to study in the library. He would have very nice birthday parties. But not now!!!! USED TO is used for actions, states and situations. WOULD is only used for actions, not for states.