suppose to vs supposed to :

suppose to or supposed to

Because the D and the T are blended into a single consonant when this phrase is pronounced, many writers are unaware that the D is even present and omit it in writing. You’re supposed to get this one right if you want to earn the respect of your readers. See also “.”

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  • Poll: Tech-heads buy new gadgets but keep the old stuff, too
    NEW YORK, June 13 (UPI) -- Those who adopt new technology apparently still want to hang on to the gear the new equipment is suppose to replace, a Harris Poll released Thursday indicated.
    June 13, 2013 - UPI
  • Few Storms
    (WFRV) Oconto County law enforcement needs your help this evening. They are trying to locate a missing elderly couple from Townsend, who were suppose to arrive at a relative's home in Green Bay Tuesday night.
    June 13, 2013 - WFRV 5 Green Bay
  • My Word: Alameda's planned developments to have massive adverse impact
    Every week, it seems, I read an article in the Alameda Journal, the Alameda Sun or The Alamedan about another planned and/or approved development. Each one is presented as a distinct and separate enterprise, and I suppose to the developers each one is.
    June 12, 2013 - Alameda Times-Star

  • With ESPN out, is 3-D TV dead?
    Three or four years ago, it was supposed to be the next big thing in consumer tech: the magic of 3-D, right in your living room.
    June 13, 2013 - CNN
  • What Goldman's Bearish Call On Bonds Means For Your Portfolio
    Bonds are supposed to be safe investments. But what most fixed-income investors don't realize is that bonds have rarely been more risky. That's because with interest rates near record lows, bond prices ...
    June 13, 2013 - StreetAuthority Network via Yahoo! Finance
  • Will H&R Block’s $80 Million Miss Cost You?
    H&R Block was supposed to do a lot better given changes in tax law. But, it actually hurt revenues. Will investing in the company be too taxing on your portfolio in the future? Tax time can be taxing for tax … Continue reading ?
    June 13, 2013 - Talking Numbers via Yahoo! Finance