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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #25303: Had better...
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Idioms | Suggesting [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Making suggestions - Vocabulary: avoid saying: I don't know! - How to suggest - Vocabulary: advising-ordering - How to make wishes... - What about suggesting ... - Vocabulary: how to refuse politely - Suggestion
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    Had better...

    I had better sleep more.

    = I should sleep more. It is better for me.

    Another example:
    You'd better not be noisy.
    = You should not be noisy. It would be better.

    - It can be contracted:

    I had better = I'd better
    you had better = you'd better



    - Use the infinitive without "to" to build the sentence:

    He had better get up if he wants to have some milk!

    They had better stop fighting!

    Put in order.

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