When you use the word Seen you use have, has, had, was or
How do you suppose we are going to do this. I suppose that would be easy to do.
What do you suppose he will do? I suppose he didn't mean to kill her. Suppose that he wins the election
I suppose i can tidy my bedroom
No, But You Can Use It Like The Following Sentence: She Was Suppose To Do Her Homework But, She Was Lazy.
I suppose this is as glib an answer as you are likely to get.
How do you suppose Mom can plan the surprise party without Dad finding out? If it rains, I suppose we'll reschedule the picnic. What do you suppose caused the roof to cave in?
I suppose that a trouser is just one leg of a pair of trousers
Q. How do you use 'ditched' in a sentence? A. I ditched a friend after school, while we were suppose to go see a movie together.
What do you suppose was his problem? I suppose I could do this weekend.
You can use treachery in a sentence by saying, The girls were best of friends and one of them committed treachery between themselves in telling a secret. I suppose you could use that as a sentence. I hope it helped.
Beauty, I suppose, opens the heart, extends the consciousness. It is a platitude, of course.
I suppose I shall have to answer this question, eventually.
"Well, I suppose," was her noncommittal reply. His response to the job offer was noncommittal.
I suppose you could say that the shattered coffee cup was fragmented on the floor.
You are suppose to be protecting me from my step dad. When that little boy died how come you were not there protecting him.