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    do/should/supposed to do

    Dear teachers.

    I would like to know difference between 1,2 and 3.

    1, What do I do if I really likes her, but she don't like me?
    2, What should I do if I really likes her, but she don't like me?
    3, What am I supposed to do if I really likes her, but she don't like me?

    Have a good day!

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    Re: do/should/supposed to do

    First, you have the wrong verb form in the second and third clauses, so I'll fix that:

    1. What do I do if I really like her, but she doesn't like me?
    2. What should I do if I really like her, but she doesn't like me?
    3. What am I supposed to do if I really like her, but she doesn't like me?

    Now, IN THIS SITUATION, they all mean the same. You are asking for advice as to your course of action in that situation.

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