Supposed To and Used To We are suppose to meet at seven. Correct, We are supposed to meet at seven. Incorrect, I use to read every Hardy Boys book I could find.
In your example you'd want to use supposed. However if you were saying Do you suppose . . . then it's suppose. Suppose is a verb. Supposed is either past tense He
Not only are you handy (I'd never be able to get
past shopping for the vent the and the tape -- maybe I'd get all the way to paying a handy-person to actually Do the job) . . .
as I was saying, not only are you handy, but you're a qualities.