It was supposed to be a surprise but the children gave the game away.
I thought we were supposed to be living in a democracy.
You are supposed to be here at nine.
Everyone is supposed to know the rules.
At the moment he is supposed to be in Paris.
Regular use of conditioner is supposed to give your hair more body.
Journalists are supposed to be politically neutral.
I was supposed to do some work this weekend but I couldn’t be arsed.
The tests are supposed to provide a basis for the assessment of children.
People are supposed to mix, do you understand?
As an impartial observer my analysis is supposed to be objective.
We’re supposed to be running a business here. I’ve got work to do.
Don’t try to tell me what I’m supposed to be feeling.
The first debate was supposed to have been held on Tuesday.
Theoretically, the price is supposed to be marked on the shelf.
The National Election Council is supposed to certify the results of the election.
I haven’t seen it myself, but it’s supposed to be a great movie.
2） be not supposed to do sth. 常用来表示不允许或禁止做某事，表示委婉的禁止。
You’re not supposed to walk on the grass.
‘You’re not supposed to say that,’ she said primly.
I’m not officially supposed to be here.
She was not supposed to go but she insisted on going.
Students are not supposed to play football in the classroom. 学生不允许在教室里踢足球。
You are not supposed to smoke on the bus.
We are not supposed to play football on Sundays.
He’s not supposed to do that.
Life in the great outdoors isn’t supposed to be luxurious.