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Saturday, May 20, 2017

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I'm getting used to viewing lessons by examiner Simon

The government should commit to protecting the environment for sustainable development.

@Nhan
It just means that the usage of get accustomed to doing is also correct?

i have a little confusion with your post. i think may be we have to memorise for using in a specific situation

If the "to" you use is a preposition, It then can be followed by 'ing'. If not, it cannot

is committed to reducing

This applies to many situations and to changing the ending of the verb. One becomes accustomed/addicted/committed/connected/devoted/exposed/limited/opposed/used/introduced to changing the ending of the verb. So one cannot object to changing the ending of the verb.

One way to improve Task 1 answers is to translate Simon's own answer into one' own language; wait a week and translate it back into English, and find your own mistakes.

i look forward to hearing from you.

In addition to painting walls, I will have a designer redecorate my sitting room.

Another example is: young people are often addicted to watching TV.

I am used to getting up early.

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