Had Better Exercises - Quiz 1



  • 1. Don't you think you had better start? (start)
  • 2. If those men come back, what had I better do with them? (what/I/do/?)
  • 3. Hadn't we better leave them where they are? (not/we/leave/?)
  • 4. It is getting late, and you had better be going, especially as your father, you say, is anxious about you. (be)
  • 5. me of something that I could do? (not/you/tell/?)
  • 6. Now it must be admitted that if the great question which has caused so much trouble is insignificant, we are very foolish to have anything to do with it-if it is of no importance we it aside and busy ourselves with something else. (throw)
  • 7. I think you with us. (come)
  • 8. She stopped, asking him if she doing as she had begun. (not/go on)
  • 9. I can only tell you that he has some uncommonly strong interest to back him in certain high quarters, which you and I except under our breaths. (not/mention)
  • 10. busy on another paper for Mr. Burlingame for the next magazine, else he'll be after me? (not/I/get/?)
  • 11. Or until it was quite dark? (he/wait/?)
  • 12. You me send someone to help you nurse him. (let)
  • 13. Neither she nor any one else should have the satisfaction of being any comfort to him; since he had been shut up as an unclean person, he himself quite apart from them. (keep)
  • 14. Twenty years without an aunt or uncle, with a wife of whom one anything, with a daughter gone from home. (not/know)
  • 15. Perhaps I from the beginning. (begin)
  • 16. breath a moment? (not/you/take/?)
  • 17. I told her that she about it any more, but think. (not/talk)
  • 18. Now you the story from herself. (hear)
  • 19. I think perhaps we the risk, Hester. (not/run)
  • 20. I should have said something I . (not/repeat)