What is the Meaning of the Expression
HAD BETTER is similar to should, except that should is advice and HAD BETTER is used to warn about a possible negative result
Sometimes HAD is omitted.
Follow HAD BETTER with a base verb.
- You better phone your sister back; it’s almost 10:00 p.m. in her city.
- You had better be telling me the truth!
- You’d better slow down. The roads are icy.
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