Grammar Tip: Supposed To vs Suppose To

I have a quick and simple tip for you today:

Grammar Tip: Supposed to Vs Suppose to

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When using the phrase supposed to do NOT omit the d. Suppose to is incorrect, ALWAYS.

For Example: Piper is supposed to finish writing her essay this afternoon. (It is not correct to write “Piper is suppose to finish writing her essay this afternoon.”)

For Example: Are you supposed to go to the library today? (Again, It is not correct to write “Are you suppose to go to the library today?”)

Easy fix. Just remember to keep the d!

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