I'd better notare very, very common in conversation. In this English class, you will learn what these expressions mean, how to use them, and how not to use them. We will look at many examples of the use of these expressions, and I’ll explain the grammar too. You will also learn about the meaning of
you'd better, which we use to express an order or a strong suggestion. At the end of the video, try my quiz to practice what you have learned.
Hi Emma, you’re a very good teacher, anyone who needs to be learned English should listen to your videos.
Using “had better” with YOU it is threat or warning.
This is recommendation with another cases (we, she, he, they, I). Very interesting.
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this is my first comment！thanks for your lesson
I have a lot to learn in English. I’d better not to miss any lessons by Emma.
Yurgen, I think you’d better say:
“I have to learn English a lot, so I’d better not miss any Emma’s lessons.”
I mean you’d better not use “to” after “I’d better not”
I’d better study English in Engvid today.
I’d better use this website every day.
Thanks for your lessons.
Hey, Amma. What a nice lesson today. Everything is clear as usual. Thanks a lot.
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I’m happy to see the method of teaching thanks Emma I would like to have you on Facebook
Emma, thank you for the lesson, but I always keep wondering why
I HAD better, but not it IS better or I WOULD better,
because actually for me those three expressions mean the same.
I had better go.
I would better go.
It is better to go (for me).
Are the last two expressions ever used? Thank you.
Hi Emma, it was so interesting to listen your lesson, it helps me so much with all of my question about this topic. See you next time.
It’s a great lesson Emma thanks.
I had had a question in you tube before.and I would write it here again.
What about (it had better)
Thanks in advance.
Thank you Emma for that lesson! I’d better watch more videos with you to learn english.
I’d better not miss your lessons :)
Thanks Emma , Id better to follow your lessons to improve my language.
Thank you very much, teacher….!!!
I’d learn a lot..thank you Emma
It was a very useful lesson, thank you. I’d better not lose any of your videos!
Before this lesson I’d never understand this expression! I’d better watch again
Thank you Dear Emma!
thank you .
Very helpful thank u
Thanks teacher emma this is very knowledgeable
You are great Emma!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks for your videos!
I’d better watch your videos for learning english…
Hi Emma!! Your videos are amazing!Thaks a lot for your attetion to prepare those class. Great!
thanks for the video an he lesson. very helpful.
08/10. Wow lesson. Emma ,I just enjoyed the lesson a lot. Feeling are seeming me like I have gone through from an adventurous ride :p :)
Teacher Emma, thanks for your efforts.i have got 90%
It is nice to put a goal in his life .. The most beautiful that this goal will yield an ambition equal to your ambition .. So deserve all the thanks, the number of colors of the dice, and drops of rain Emma .
Thank you Emma.
Thank you Emma, I have found your lesson really useful !!
An easy way to do the job about teaching and learning English, I really like your style Emma. Thanks!!
Great lesson thank you
I got 100%
lose/lost/lost.I’d better not make the mistake again. Thanks so much.
Hi,Emma,although I haven’t watched the video yet, I did the quiz and got 9 correct of 10. The for the superb lessons!
I got 9/10.Thank you soo much Emma
Emma i have a doubt. what should we call someone elder to us with respect. like in our language we call them ‘DIDI’
Maybe haven’t in English, I think. In China, we use ‘您’ to express more respective of ‘you’.
Doubt or question?
If I want to learn English better, I’d better use new words I learnt today and practice them as possible as I can.
hi Emma I’m Richard from colombia, south america and with all due respect I have to say that you are not only a gorgeous girl but also an excellent teacher, really really excellent, all your videos are amazing I’ve learnt a lot, thank you, Emma. I would also like to ask you a question, this is the problem: some times I see a word and I understand its meaning, no problem, the difficulty is that I don’t remember the correct pronunciation or I don’t know how it should be pronounced (it drives me up a wall !), what can I do in this case? how do native speakers pronounce when they don’t know a word? how do you pronounce when you find a new word, for example when you haven’t seen a word before or the name of someone that could be new for you? HOW, EMMA? I’d appreciate it if you could help me, thanks… bye “Pretty Woman” god bless you.
great to learn here. emma taech very well
you are an excellent teacher in this lesson i’d better learn where to use i’d better.
Hi emma my dia teacher i’m delighted to be your member of student. And i have great passionate of fluency englush speaking, u are best i have ever seen in my life big respect for you.
I have a something question.
Is it just only located “verb”, after “i’d better”?
Isn’t it a exceptible?
I’d better not forget to study more!
There is so much I’d to start learning in the English language.
I’ve got a 100. “You’d better not stop teaching me my dear Emma”! then I won’t be able to improve my English, LOL
Thank you, Ma’am!
Great Teacher! So clear, so easy to understand!
I didn´t like it. I mistook the most easy question. #sad I love Emma. From Brazil
Thanks for your good lesson! You are a very good teacher!
thank you Emma, we love you.
Thank you very much, Ma’am.
thank you very much my teacher.
Ummm… I thought I’d better meant I WOULD better… o_0
So do I))) it’s surprise for me….
thanks a lot
It’s good, thanks a lot
What a great explanation you always give! Thank you so much.
Good lesson i’d Better not to forget this lesson
OH YES! I got 10 out of 10! So this mean I am doing well.
This lesson is as easy as beginning. Thank you Emma!
Thank u a lote
You’d better teach us English so we’ll be better ?
Hi Dear Emma
u’re really master at ur job, and my goal is to be not as same as u but u-like one.I hope reach my aim by taking ur hand through ur nice classes. by the way u are all pretty.
tanx so much
When you use an ing-verb or an infinitive verb after I’d better
Thanks a lot
If English were always so easy..
Thank you very much my teather
This is Moin, I wanted to improve my speaking and writing skills, Can you tell me is there any possibility you take the individual one on one class for speaking and writing.
Thank you teather
i’d better that i study every day to learn english , 90/100 almost but its ok i think
hi Emma it is my first time to join to your channel . really i am happy because i understood every thing in this lesson my pleasure
thanks for great teacher.
Why Q6 answer is A?
Isn’t “lost” an adjective and “lose” a verb?
A lot thanks
Hello Emma.I’d better say thank you to you for this prefect teaching
Thanks teacher for this lesson
Hi Emma. Thank you for the good english
A boy lied to his mother about a fight at school. The mother says to her son, “You’d better ____________________.”
be lying to me
not be lying to me
not be lie to me
be lie to me
Emma please, why lying ? the grammar is I’d better no + verb ?
hello, thank you for your class. hello from brazil
a really amazing lesson, thanks a lot
thank you so much
I got 8 correct out of 10. thank emma
Emma, I appreciate your good work, keep it up! the one who rewards for a good deed is God. I only got 9 questions correctly but failed one out of 10. I just clicked on the wrong answer from the option provided in number 10, it was a mistake. I did not intend to click , it was on ”I’d better” that I mearnt to click on.
Oh no! Please accept this cat gif as a consolation prize.
What does it mean? In my regional dailect, cat is a symbolical representation of witchcraft operation, spiritual affliction and invisible impediment to progress.
I’m very sorry for offending you! Cat photos/gifs/memes are a big part of Internet culture—they’re like the Internet’s official animal. That’s why I like to post cat pictures in comments.
Here in North America, black cats are associated with witches and bad luck. In China and Japan, a waving cat symbolizes prosperity, and people put the little statues in their shops for good luck.
I get %70 oh my gush
what,s the difference between i,d better and must.
must it means somthings is very necessary and i,d better means good idea.is this true
very good lesson
I’m not understand why ” not be lying to me ” is correct. Lying = Mentira and Lie = Mentir
thanks emma I understand very well
Thanks Emma I got ten out of ten on my test.
Thank you Emma, nice lesson!
id better follow your lesson again Emma!!!!
Emma, i love the way how you to explain, i can understand everything ;)
Ur so good
If I improve my English,I’d better study English with Envid.com.
Thank you so much
I got 9/10 I had better watch your lessons
Thank you so much
Thank you Amma
Thank you Emma
I am really enjoying the lessons in every corner, but I do have some small issues when it comes to writing at length. Dear Emma, what strategy can I put in place to help improve my writing skills?
Thank you …Emma yours lessons are good
I’d better work the English language every day
I’d better follow Emma’s lessons every day if i want to improve my english
Thank you for this lesson, I’d better will study so hard to get 100 for next time.
I’d better study english everyday
thank u Emma
thanks. it is 90
Hi, Emm your excellent Teacher may you’d better not stop the teaching.
thank you so much EMMa, I like your lessons.
thank you teacher EMMA
Excellent class. Thank you.
I’d better follow your lessons Emma
I got 9 out of 10.
I’d better Watch your lesson.
“I’d better be going”
Is it correct?plz response
Thank you Emma.
Thanks for nice lesson
Thanx a lot ?
If you want to improve your english skill. We can help each other you can find me on skype as ”ellezam”
Hi Emma .how tu use it with they
thanks from algeria
Thank you for this lesson.I’d better learn your videos everyday.I do a quiz i got 8 points.
Thank you for help us…
God bless al you
can we talk about past using I’d better ? for example
I’d better gone to bed. does it means I must have gone to bed but I did not ?
Thank you Emma. Your teaching style is very simple and can easily understand.
Hi Emma! I love your class!
Firstly, many thanks for very useful lesson. I try to watch all your lessons and I always able to learn new things everyday.
I’d better follow Engvid in order to learn English.
Thank you for this lesson!
I have a 100!
Hi Emma, you’re a very good teacher, anyone who needs to be learned English should listen to your videos
If I want to improve my english, I’d better study english every day.
Thanks Miss Emma. You are a great teacher
Thanks Emma.I’d better practice more
Thanks teacher. I got 80 point. I was wondering if number 9 has the same anwer or wrong spelling?
Very good lesson! Thanks Emma!
Thank You So Much
Thank you so much Emma [great teacher]. Watching your videos are very nice to me.
I’d better not lose them.
Teacher Emma thanks! so much bout lesson English
Watched with a score of 10 out of 10.
Hi there teacher emma this is video it’s very important when I talk about in any conversation or small talk with another people native speaker as you can see it’s very common in any comunication with anyone I say I’d better that I continue study english all the time by our learnning.
It’s very kind of you.
I got 100 points!! Thanks!!!
thank you Emma, I’d better watch your videos because I have a test in september
I’ve got 80 of 100, I’d better read carefully all questions.
9/10. thank you for your class.
Thanks Emma.You are amazing. (Azores islands, 06April2022);
Thanks Emma your lesson was really helpful and easy to understand and I’ve got 10 / 10
I’ve got 90/100, I’d better watch the video lesson carefully.
I had better leave a comment.
ı had better thank u
ı had better not to drink alcohol.
He had better not to talk wtih me.