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Had better + V1 + Something

Had better + V1 + Something



                       
  had better = should            
                       
  The meaning of had better { I'd better } is similar to     
  "should". I'd better do something = I should better do    
  something; if I don't do this, something bad might     
  happen.                  
                       
  I have to meet Tom in ten minutes. I'd better go now or 
  I'll be late.                
                       
  Should I take an umbrella? Yes, you had better. It might 
  rain.                  
                       
  We've almost run out of gas. We'd better stop at the gas
  station to fill up.              
                       
                       
  The negative form is "had better not" { 'd better not }    
                       
  You don't look very well. You'd better not go to work 
  today.                  
                       
  Are you going out now? I'd better not. I've got a lot of
  work to do.                
                       
                       
                       
                       

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