I am sure that you guys know, the word better is the comparative form of good. You know, good better best. Well, we have a number of different phrases in English that use the word better, so for today’s English lesson, let’s check them out.
Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or check the transcript for the details:
- If it’s a cold winter day, and you have just taken a shower, before you go outside you had better dry your hair.
- The doctor told Joe that his health is at risk. He had better stop smoking.
- You have an important exam tomorrow? You had better study for it if you want to get a good grade.
- If you want to travel from Times Square to the World Trade Center during rush hour, it’s better to take a subway than a bus.
- The Oyster Bar serves steak as well as seafood, but since it’s the oyster bar I think it’s better to order fish.
- The weather forecast said we’re going to have a snowstorm tomorrow, so I think it’s better to stay home and work from home than it is to drive to the office.
- If you want to travel from Times Square to the World Trade Center during rush hour, you would be better off taking a subway than a bus.
- This is a seafood restaurant and even though they have steaks on the menu I think you’re better off ordering Fish.
- Since it’s going to snow tomorrow I think I’m better off working from home than trying to drive to the office.
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