________ me coucher tard. I'm used to going to bed late. (HINT: use 'habitude') J'ai l'habitude de J'avais l'habitude de

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________ me coucher tard. I'm used to going to bed late. (HINT: use 'habitude') J'ai l'habitude de J'avais l'habitude de

Why I was wrong with imparfait?

Asked 3 months ago
ChrisC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

You need the present tense because the entire sentence is in the present: you have the habit right now, as you speak. The English sentence is also in present tense ("I am used to" is present tense. "I was used to" would be past tense.)

________ me coucher tard. I'm used to going to bed late. (HINT: use 'habitude') J'ai l'habitude de J'avais l'habitude de

Why I was wrong with imparfait?

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