Suppose vs. Supposed
In this lesson, we will talk about the differences and similarities between these words. If you wanna expand your knowledge, join me.
What Is Their Main Difference?
'Suppose' means considering something to be true, even though you are not sure, while, 'supposed to' indicates that you are expected to be doing something. Note that 'supposed' is always followed by 'to'. Look at the examples below:
How am I
They only have similar dictations.
Are They Interchangeable?
Since they have different grammatical functions and meanings, avoid using them interchangeably. 'Supposed' is always followed by 'to'. Compare:
✓ Hannah is
X Hannah is
As you can see, this one is wrong.
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