Seem & suppose are similar words, but they are used differently. For today’s English lesson, I’m going to show you how to use these words in your English conversation and writing.
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Here are the example sentences:
- She said that I seemed a little tired. (This means she had a feeling that I was tired.)
- Even though I put in long hours, it never seems long. (I never feel as if I am working a lot.)
- The boss seems angry today. (I sense that the boss is angry.)
- My dog Happy seems tired today.
- I gave Jane her birthday present and she seemed happy with it.
- I finished the report. Does it seem correct to you?
- My dog Happy seems to be in heaven when she is taking a nap.
- This train seems to be full. Let’s take the next one.
- I finished the report. Does it seem to be correct to you?
- I suppose I was tired.
- It never feels like work. I suppose that’s because I enjoy my job.
- It’s raining hard, so I suppose there will be traffic.
- I suppose that she didn’t get much sleep last night.
- I suppose she is my guard dog!
- Do you suppose the supermarket is open late tonight?
Yesterday’s listening challenge answer:
- Friday is a busier day for Michael because he has a meeting in the morning, a few lesson appointments in the afternoon and then plans with his friends to meet for a party
Today’s listening challenge:
- What are Michael’s plans for the Autumn?
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