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Teachers may well want to supplement the natural input to which students are exposed and to focus their attention on the use of past tense.

In this sentence, it seems ungrammatical to say "want to SUPPLEMENT"
shouldnt we say "want to supply"?

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Teachers may well want to supplement the natural input to which students are exposed and to focus their attention on the use of past tense. 

In this sentence, it seems ungrammatical to say "want to SUPPLEMENT" 
shouldnt we say "want to supply"?
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