Gracias. En un contexto matemático, yo pondría la palabra 'that'. No obstante, no sería incorrecto sin 'that'.fedperea said:Yes, I have a sentence:
"Consider A and suppose (that) it is not feasible for B"
It is a mathematical text...
Focalist said:I agree with what has already been said: that the inclusion of the word "that" is optional.
Given, though, that inclusion is rather more formal in style, I would favour including it in your sample sentence, which appears to be expressing a step-by-step mathematical argument.
Otherwise "suppose" behaves just like such words as "think", "believe", "imagine":
- Do you think (that) I don't know?
- She used to believe (that) it didn't matter
- I imagine (that) it will be possible