English example sentences with "suppose"

Learn how to use suppose in a English sentence. Over 100 hand-picked examples.

I suppose it's different when you think about it over the long term.

I suppose that behind each thing we have to do, there's something we want to do...

I suppose you're hungry.

Where do you suppose you'll spend your vacation?

Suppose we change the subject.

Were the earth to stop revolving, what do you suppose would happen?

Suppose that pigeons have something in their heads which can feel the power lines.

I don't suppose it's going to rain.

I suppose I'll be in trouble if I don't stay up all night to cram for the examination.

I don't remember exactly, but I suppose it was Friday last week.

Suppose you are fired, what will you do first?

Suppose that we miss the last train, what should we do?

Suppose you had ten million yen, what would you do?

Suppose it rains, what shall we do?

Suppose it were true, what would you do?

Suppose it rains tomorrow, shall we still go on the picnic?

Let's suppose it's true.

Let us suppose that the news is true.

I suppose so.

I suppose you could say that.

I suppose I felt a little jealous.

That person has had an odd grin on his face for a while. What do you suppose is behind it?

Where on earth do you suppose she is going in the dead of night?

This will be your umbrella, I suppose.

It is not reasonable to suppose that this rule is applicable under any condition.

With this one exception, it is quite wrong to suppose that a simple culture will also have a simple language.

Let us suppose that the number of incidents is twice that of those officially recorded.

I suppose we're a little too indulgent to the dog.

I suppose I've got to get my feet wet sometime.

I suppose you like her.

I suppose you like him.

You could be right, I suppose.

Suppose your father saw us together, what would he say?

I suppose then an 8-Gigabyte hard drive will be adequate.

Suppose there was a worldwide oil shortage in ten years' time. What would happen to the industrialised countries?

Suppose you had a thousand dollars, what would you do with it?

Do you suppose it will rain today?

I suppose it's going to rain this evening.

You'd better sit down, I suppose.

Suppose I had gone to America.

I suppose that what we mean by beauty is that object, spiritual or material, more often material, which satisfies our aesthetic sense.

I suppose they are coming.

I suppose him to be honest.

Imagine a problem such as this: Suppose your brother has a car accident.

I don't suppose you ever really get over the death of a child.

I don't suppose it's going to be sunny.

Will the typhoon hit Tokyo you suppose?

I suppose that she was happy then.

My annual income approximates fifteen million yen, I suppose.

Let's suppose that he is here.

His prospects are not so rosy as you suppose.

If you heard him talk, you would suppose he was the master of the house.

I suppose he will be back soon.

I suppose he's gone home.

I suppose he will be late.

Let's suppose that she is here.

I suppose her brother would be about forty when he died.

Which do you suppose she chose?

She is not what you suppose her to be.

No, I suppose not.

Do you suppose I should attach the web page's URL on those occasions?

If you sum up feminist counselling in a few words, I suppose it would be counselling done from a woman's standpoint.

I suppose that means that, after all, people taken for a sucker give off a 'sucker aura'.

What a mess...I suppose there's nothing for it but restricting admissions. Handing out numbered tickets or something.

When it comes to Chinese books that are overvalued worldwide I suppose it's Sun Tzu, isn't it?

I pay my university fees to go to university by part-time work. Well, I'm a 'working student' I suppose.

That's because I don't suppose anybody will believe this story.

Let's suppose you happen to strike it rich at the races.

Suppose there's some jerk you just can't get on with.

I suppose that depends on how good you are. I'm counting on you!

Suppose for a moment that pigeons had something in their heads which could sense magnetic fields.

Man has many wishes that he does not really wish to fulfil, and it would be a misunderstanding to suppose the contrary. He wants them to remain wishes, they have value only in his imagination; their fulfilment would be a bitter disappointment to him. Such a desire is the desire for eternal life. If it were fulfilled, man would become thoroughly sick of living eternally, and yearn for death.

"Oh, well..." thought Dima. "I suppose that I can't be picky at a time like this."

I don't suppose it's possible to read a book by moonlight.

We can save on translations by giving it to an employee whose mother speaks that language. -- And I suppose you save on the cost of a doctor by seeing someone whose mother had been a doctor?

It is a general popular error to suppose the loudest complainers for the publick to be the most anxious for its welfare.

I happen to prefer champagne to ditchwater, but there is no reason to suppose that the cosmos does.

I suppose you have heard of it.

I suppose you love him.

I suppose you love her.

I suppose you like it.

I don't suppose you'd consider helping Tom.

I don't suppose you know anything about Tom, do you?

Do you suppose that he is attractive?

I suppose Tom told you what happened.

I suppose it makes sense to go ahead and pay the bill right now.

How do you suppose Tom found us?

I suppose I could do that.

You have divided the Sermon on the Mount into chapters in your own way - according to the subject matter, I suppose.

I suppose we are to get there soon.

To suppose justice to do this, is to destroy the principle of its existence, which is the thing itself.

Suppose she comes back. What would you say to her?

Reader, suppose you were an idiot. And suppose you were a member of Congress. But I repeat myself.

Reader, suppose you were an idiot. And suppose you were a member of Congress. But I repeat myself.

I suppose society is wonderfully delightful. To be in it is merely a bore. But to be out of it is simply a tragedy.

I suppose it could have been Tom who ate my ham sandwich.

I suppose we could walk.

It's difficult, I suppose even impossible, to really feel the sufferings of a hostage.

I suppose I could use some rest.

I suppose I'm going to have to teach you a lesson.

I suppose you enjoy that sort of thing.

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