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Which of the following sentence is/are correct?

  1. Suppose (that) I like cheese; then I will probably like cheesecake.

  2. Suppose (that) I like cheese; I will probably like cheesecake.

Can "then" be omitted?

  1. Suppose that I liked cheese; then I would probably like cheesecake, too.

Actually I don't like cheese. Can I still use "suppose" to describe an imagined situation?

  1. Supposing I like cheese; I will probably like cheesecake.

  2. Supposing I like cheese, I will probably like cheesecake.

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