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I just came across the following sentence (which can be found here);

Had I better go with you?

I think, that is correct; I just don't know what the context/meaning would be!

Amazingly, Google-ngrams found the frequencies of only the original one.

Should there be a past-participle used, eg;

Had I better gone with you? (This one makes no sense to me either!)

Is there any other (better) way of expressing the POV of the actual sentence?

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    Where did you find the original sentence? It looks incorrect to me. A context to this sentence / question would help for understanding better the meaning.
    – virolino
    Apr 2, 2019 at 11:28
  • @virotino The original sentence is probably interrogative form of "I had better go with you.". However, I still doubt. See: google.com/… Apr 2, 2019 at 13:58
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    There is nothing wrong with the first sentence. The second is ungrammatical. Apr 2, 2019 at 19:31

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There is nothing wrong with the first sentence. The second is ungrammatical. -- Jason Bassford.

The original sentence is an interrogative form of "I had better go with you.".

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