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1. I'd better get going.

(What is the meaning of 'get going'? What other expressions can we use?)

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    That phrase just means "leave and go on my way" or "leave and get my errands done" or something similar. It's very idiomatic!

    I'd better leave and go on my way.
    I'd better leave and get my errands done.
    I'd better leave.

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