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I better get going


yuminagaSuper Member!


hello sir  there is a question i want to be clear ,  i better get going , gotta go ,i’d better go  are they similar meaning ?

12:06 AM Mar 10 2013 |

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Teacher AmySuper Member!

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Yes, they all do have similar meaning. “I’d better get going” is grammatically correct. The others are more informal sayings someone might use in sopken English.



02:38 PM Mar 10 2013 |


yuminagaSuper Member!


Thank you very much 

01:00 AM Mar 12 2013 |