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Hi
I got this correction
"Icarus: We had better get going before it starts to rain"
I do not understand it since "had better" is in the past and the situation is in the present
Thanks so much for your support...
Orna

1 comments

  • The sentence refers to a quite sure thing, so in this case you'll use had better for an urgent advice, referring they could happen in the near future.

    https://dictionary.cambridge.org/de/grammatik/britisch-grammatik/had-better

    have fun!

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