01. I'm not sure what I will do after I graduate, but I [suppose] I will have to find a job.
02. Where were you this morning? You were [supposed] to be here by 8:00.
03. If you break a mirror, you will [supposedly] have 7 years of bad luck.
04. Marco is [supposedly] rich, so he should be able to eat out every night.
05. The strike was tentatively called off on Monday because the union and management have [supposedly] made a deal.
06. Gloria Naylor once said that life isn't [supposed] to make you feel good, or make you feel miserable either. Life is just [supposed] to make you feel.
07. Leo Tolstoy suggested that it is a strange illusion to [suppose] that beauty is goodness.
08. I [suppose] I'll have to apologize to the boss for getting drunk and pouring a beer over his head at the office party.
09. [Suppose] someone took your cookies and ate them while you weren't looking. How would you feel?
10. When my mother was young, women were [supposed] to wear skirts to work.
11. Her [supposedly] wonderful solution doesn't work!
12. The [supposedly] unsinkable Titanic sank after hitting an iceberg on its very first voyage.
13. Ewan is [supposedly] a good skier, but I've heard that he was afraid to go up to the top of the mountain.
14. Kelly was [supposedly] going to have a party on the weekend, but I don't think it happened.
15. There is a Saudi Arabian proverb which notes that what wise men [suppose] is worth more than the certainties of fools.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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