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  1. Unregistered

    are to

    Dear teachers

    Is there any difference between (1) and (2)?

    1, You are not to eat after midnight.
    2, You are not supposed to eat after midnight.

    Have a great day!

  2. Andy

    Re: are to

    The first is more emphatic. am/is/are to +inf can also be used for formal arrangements, btw.
    Last edited by Andy; 30-Dec-2004 at 22:15.


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