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  1. Offroad's Avatar
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    better go now

    Please teacher, could you explain this to me?

    Do they have the same meaning?

    a) I better go now.
    b) It's better go now.
    d) I had better go now.

    Is 'better go now' a colloquialism? Could you give me a light on this? Where does it came from?

    Thank you very much.

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    Re: better go now

    Quote Originally Posted by marciobarbalho View Post
    Please teacher, could you explain this to me?

    Do they have the same meaning?

    a) I better go now.
    b) It's better go now.
    d) I had better go now.

    Is 'better go now' a colloquialism? Could you give me a light on this? Where does it came from?

    Thank you very much.
    a. doesn't exist, should be "I'd better go now". People say so but we don;t always hear it
    b. should be "it's better to go now"
    d. I had better go=I'd better go

    All have the same meaning if I am not mistaken

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