29 July

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We have a structure in Spanish to make suggestions and also orders which is 'Mejor [present simple/imperative]' . Eg: 'Mejor me apuro, es tarde.' / 'I (had) better hurry up, it's late (?)'. I've seen you use 'had better/'d better' or only 'better' to do something similar, but I'm not sure neither about the real usage/situations where you use it nor the correct form (better?had better?). Could you explain this to me?

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