I've read this one and I still haven't got the difference. Could anyone explain the difference on these two examples:
- There are some things in this life that you'll never be used to / get used to.
- I don't think I'll ever be used to / get used to driving on the left. It’s so strange!
Are they both grammatically correct but with different meaning ? My thought is they are with the next difference:
- "will never be used to" states that I will not be accustomed to something and DOESN'T mention if I would ever take an attempt to. --> less informative
- "will never get used to" states that I will not be accustomed to something and implies that I would at least try to get accustomed to that something. --> more informative
Although my grammar test I've passed states that only options with "get" are grammatically correct.