The phrase “how long does it take” refers to the length of time needed to perform an action. A: How long does it take to travel from London to Coventry? B: It takes an hour by train. A: How long does it take you to build the garage? B: I guess it’ll take me about … Continue reading How Long Does It Take?
“Had better” is normally used with infinitive without to to give advice about specific situations or make recommendations. We use the same form for present, past or future without changing the ‘had’ into ‘have’. The short form is 'd better. Ex: You’d better go to school now. We’d better tell her all about it. … Continue reading Had Better