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Can anybody clarify this for me?

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Answer #1 | 26/12 2013 21:57
you'd better get ready now - you had better ready now
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Answer #2 | 26/12 2013 17:23
It's coming from had. "You had better" is a common phrase in English. "You would better" is never used and really doesn't mean anything.
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Answer #3 | 26/12 2013 13:32
"...you had better..."
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Answer #4 | 27/12 2013 13:28
I for. Get jt
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Answer #5 | 26/12 2013 13:37
"HAD BETTER" is correct. It is a structure that you use when you give advice, make suggestions, etc. It's like a modal verb. If you use "would" there, you cannot account for the presence of the word "better". By the way, that conditional does not require the usage of "would".
Positive: 25 %
Answer #6 | 26/12 2013 15:46
had better=ought to/should. you would better get ready makes no sense if you hadn't noticed.
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