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Mikhail Martalog
"IT IS supposed" and "IT IS TO BE supposed". What's the difference? Thank you in advance! In particular, it is supposed that the Federal budget will provide over 800 millions of rubles for the completion of plant's technical re-equipment. If it is to be supposed that the stock market crashes soon, then . . .
Sep 8, 2019 5:08 PM
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Hello, Mikhail, 'It is supposed...' is a statement / declaration about a situation. 'If it is to be supposed' / 'If it is to be assumed' is the beginning of a hypothetical sentence, in which you act AS IF the supposed action will be taken.
September 8, 2019
Mikhail Martalog
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English, Russian, Ukrainian
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English, Ukrainian