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Important for :

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B

We use 'used to' for something that happened regularly in the past but no longer happens.

Ex 1. I used to smoke a packet a day but I stopped two years ago.

Ex 2. Ben used to travel a lot in his job but now, since his promotion, he doesn't.

In part B of this sentence, 'was', hence, is not required and must be removed to make it a grammatically correct sentence.

Hence, option B is correct.

Hence, option B is correct.

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We, generally, use the verb 'have' to show possession.

Ex. He wants to**have** a BMW car.

And a 'be' verb is used while stating something about something or someone.

Ex. He**is** my friend.

Ex. He claims to**be** the minister's nephew.

In part C, as there is no context of possession, 'have' must be replaced with 'be' to make the sentence gramatically sound and meaningful.

Hence, option C is correct.

Ex. He wants to

And a 'be' verb is used while stating something about something or someone.

Ex. He

Ex. He claims to

In part C, as there is no context of possession, 'have' must be replaced with 'be' to make the sentence gramatically sound and meaningful.

Hence, option C is correct.

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