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    Form, function and phonological aspects of these items. Check my answers.

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    1. She used to have long hair.
    2. I was having a bath when the phone rang.
    3. I wish I had worked harder.

    1) Form=used to. She'd had long hair
    2) Form=having a. ?
    3) Form=I had. I wish I'd worked

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    I'm not absolutely sure what your question is, but I will answer as I think you are asking. If not, please contact me again with a clearer definition of your problem.
    <br>1.In this sentence, the "to" put in front of the verb "have" forms an infinitive; ...