be supposed to be, need to be
In that situation, she must appear in court, but she was absent.
Then the opposite lawyer would say,
1.Is she supposed to come the court?"
2.Dose she need to be the court?"
Which one is more appropriate?
Dec 28, 2015 6:39 PM
Answers · 2
I would say the first one -- Isn't she supposed to be in court? This is like questioning someone's absence when one is supposed to be here.
The latter phrase is more like cases like this eg the lady is present in court but she doesn't necessarily have to be there, then one will ask, does she need to be in court?