When do you say this? How do you say another way? I don't think I'd better.
Aug 8, 2018 9:18 PM
Answers · 2
"I don't think I'd better" is a nonstandard/rregional way to say "I don't think I should." I would recommend not using it, unless you are trying to master regional dialects. "I don't think I should" is a safer choice. "So you want to go hiking?" "I don't think I'd better/ I don't think I should. My broken leg is still healing, and I might injure it again if I start hiking again too soon." "Should I use this regional structure when I speak?" "I don't think you should. Standard structures are usually safer."
August 8, 2018
I usually use this in the positive. I'd better go. In this way, it's like "I should".
August 8, 2018
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