Hi saarah7He is better off where he is. It is better to let me be where he is now.
Is it correct?If not please correct the sentence.
Ofcourse me is not correct.I wanted to say''him''. What does thia imply?He is better off where he is.Hi saarah7
Yes you can say He is better off where he is. However, I am not sure what you wish to portray in the second sentence.
If the me is correct you could say "I would like to be where he is now."
But if you mean to say "....to let him be where he is now" to emphasise the first sentence you could say "It is best he stay there for now."