This is the second thing that my friend who is in the university found wrong in my autobiography. (He circled my mistakes but not what was wrong with them so I am putting them here for help thanks). So anyway, he circled the words ‘”suppose to” in this sentence: How am I suppose to know what to do when nobody ever gave me any instructions or training? Just fyi- I am talking about a job that I got hired for and I started not knowing what was going on or what I was suppose to be doing! Suppose is spelled right, I checked.
I suppose that someone thought you were supposed to already know how to do the job. The first instance in my sentence is a verb. The second instance is an adjective. Here are more examples.
I require assistance. (verb)
I am required to follow the rules. (adjective)
I suppose I will turn on the proofing tools in Word. (verb)
That is supposed to find grammar and style errors for me. (adjective)
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