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"You would be better off taking the train instead of walking". Does this sentence mean, "It would have been better, had you taken the train instead of driving"? or "It will be better if you take the train instead of driving"...Meanings are insignificant. I just want to know the tense in the sentence.
Right. I heard a person say, "England pretty much played full strength today, though public opinion would say that they would be better off experimenting with R.Bopara instead of Morgan". What does he mean by that?
It would be to their advantage if they experimented (in the future) with A instead of B.