would be better off
This page is about the conversational phrase would be better off
You can use this when giving advice, or when saying what you think someone should do.
- "I'll be rich one day if I study law."
"But you'd be better off doing something you enjoy, don't you think?"
- "Her boyfriend punched her in the face again."
"Again? She'd be better off leaving him. He's just a thug!"
A verb that follows "be better off" must end in -ing (present participle).
Katie said, "I hate it there," so I said, "You'd be better off
Contributor: Matt Errey