Suppose vs. Supposed to Dorothy & Cece
Suppose • verb • Used to give opinions • Example: • I suppose we should go home soon. • I suppose it was a good film. • Could be used to replace the words ‘guess’ or ‘think’ • I guess (suppose) we should home now.
Supposed to • Used when we want to mean that something was planned/intended/meant to happen • Example: • Children are not supposed to be late for school. • “We are supposed to meet at seven. • Incorrect: We are suppose_ to me at seven • Can also mean be believed to • Example: • Shakespeare is supposed to have been the finest playwright in the English language.