What's the better sentence: "I should better see a dentist"or"I should see better a dentist"?And "I'd better see a dentist is the same thing?
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- tentofieldLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
I should see a dentist.
I had better see a dentist. (Which becomes "I'd better see a dentist").
"Should" and "had better" have much the same meaning but when you are using the conditional "should" you don't need to add "better" to it.
- 2 months ago
the first two aren't correct. The proper way to say it is the last one. "I'd (or I had) better see a dentist" or "I should see a dentist".
- Anonymous2 months ago
First and third are fine. Second is convoluted though an English speaker would get what you are trying to say.