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Men’s Clothing

Sweater 

– Peter decided on a sweater.

Shirt 
– He always wears a shirt and tie.

Jeans 
– A pair of nice jeans for $ 13.83.

 

Gloves 
– He put on his gloves again.

Cap 
– He picked his cap up from the floor and stuck it back on his head.

Suit 
– This suit is perfect for me.

Hawaiian shirt 
– The man was wearing an oversized Hawaiian shirt splotched with big flowers.

Singlet 
– A fat man in a blue singlet barged in, then barged out again.

Business shoes 
– Jackson needs new business shoes.

Flip flops 
– He is fond of wearing flip flops.

Shorts 
– He was wearing a T-shirt and shorts.

Cardigan 
– The old man lifted his cardigan to scratch his side.

Jacket 
– This jacket is just my size.

Sport shoes 
– A neighbor brings a new pair of sports shoes.

Bow tie 
– Thompson wears a suit with a long jacket, vest and bow tie.

Sleeveless shirt 
– Men are forbidden to wear shorts or sleeveless shirt in public.

Vest 
– I need a vest and a piece.

Long-sleeve top 
– Tom likes wearing long-sleeve top.

Polo shirt 
– He was wearing khakis, a polo shirt and sneakers.

Jumper 
– It’s very cold so put a jumper on.

Trench coat 
– He had a trench coat.

Bathrobe 
– He bought a new bathrobe yesterday.

Cargo pants 
– He wears aquamarine cargo pants, which are slightly torn up.

Swimsuit 
– Tomorrow he would bring his own swimsuit.

Blazer 
– He was wearing a blue blazer and a white polo shirt.

T-shirt 
– His T-shirt was too thin.

Belt 
– He adjusted his belt.

Underpants 
– The boy was dressed in just his underpants and a T shirt.

Waistcoat 
– He generally wore a waistcoat for the occasion.

Socks 
– He took his shoes and socks off.

Tie 
– He hated wearing a tie.

Pullover 
– I have a pullover.

Umbrella 
– I’ve come out without my umbrella.

Scarf 
– He had a scarf round his neck.

Sunglasses 
– I like wearing sunglasses – I feel I can hide behind them.

Glasses 
– I was unlucky enough to lose my glasses.

Boots 
– I helped him pull his boots off.

Wallet 
– John has lost his wallet. That’s too bad.

Handbag
– I don’t carry a handbag. I just carry money in my pocket.

Watch
– The man glanced nervously at his watch.

 

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use to” grammar”

use to” grammar”Don’t feel bad if you mix up use to and used to now and again—it is not an uncommon mistake. Used to is a phrase that can mean “accustomed or habituated to” or refers to something from the past that is no longer true. Use to and used to are also frequently used in English grammar as modal verb phrases.

”Use” Followed by an Infinitive
Before we get into idiomatic meanings for the phrase used to, it is worth pointing out that both use and used can correctly appear before to when to is part of the infinitive of a second verb. That sounds far more complicated than it is, so let’s go straight to some examples.

What do you use to decorate cakes and cookies?
Buttercream icing was used to frost all of today’s cakes and cookies.

In these kinds of sentences, whether you decide to write use to or used to will depend on whether the present or past tense is needed.

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