Use anticipate for s'attendre

RichardC1Kwiziq community member

Use anticipate for s'attendre

I wonder if it would help to use "anticipate" for s'attendre.  Or, even as only a memory tool, "dread" (but not as an actual translation).  I think it may be that trying to use (in our minds) expect in two subtly different ways may be leading to the confusion.  This tool (or trick) works for me?  What do you think?

Asked 2 years ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Thank you for your comment, Richard.

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Bonne Continuation!

 

Use anticipate for s'attendre

I wonder if it would help to use "anticipate" for s'attendre.  Or, even as only a memory tool, "dread" (but not as an actual translation).  I think it may be that trying to use (in our minds) expect in two subtly different ways may be leading to the confusion.  This tool (or trick) works for me?  What do you think?

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