Voughan advanced CD 2 he is using verbs like:

he used to living.. etc...

What is the difference between such use and "he used to live?"


Did you misread/type that? Would you mind providing us the link/source? Because...

I doubt it should be...

'He's used to living....*

It then makes sense. A sentence from The Telegram

Brad said he's lived on sailboats the past few years, so he's used to living in small quarters.

This simply means that he is habituated of living in that place with little space.

On the other hand, used to live is an all different thing. Used to here is used to talk about something that happened in the past. We can think about the sentence using this like...

He used to live in Australia

This means, for that particular period, he lived in Australia.

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