what's the difference ? A. I'd better to walk than take a bus B. I'd better to walking than taking a bus. any difference between better to do sth and better to doing sth , exactly same ? Thank you
May 12, 2016 4:28 PM
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I think you are mixing up two types of constructions. Your sentences don't have a clear meaning. a) had + better + verb e.g. I had better take the bus (otherwise I'll be late home) b) it + is + better + to + verb (infinitive) e.g. It is better to take the bus than walk (because the bus is generally faster) I hope this makes it clearer for you.
May 12, 2016
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