Would expect Meaning?

Would expect Meaning?

verb. If you expect something to happen, you believe that it will happen.

What is the synonym of expect?

Synonyms for expect. anticipate, await, hope (for), watch (for)

What is mean by except?

The preposition except means “excluding.” When we refer to the continental United States, we mean the whole country except Alaska and Hawaii. This word can also be used as a conjunction meaning “but”: If you’re not very hungry, you might not eat anything, except a few crackers.

WHEN TO USE expect and expect?

is that expect is to look for (mentally); to look forward to, as to something that is believed to be about to happen or come; to have a previous apprehension of, whether of good or evil; to look for with some confidence; to anticipate; — often followed by an infinitive, sometimes by a clause (with, or without, that) …

What is it called when you expect something to happen?

If something is inevitable, it will definitely happen, like death or tax season. Inevitable comes from the Latin word inevitabilis, which means unavoidable. If you say something is inevitable, you give the sense that no matter what scheme you come up with to get around it, it’s going to happen sooner or later.

What is it called when you don’t expect something to happen?

improbable. adjective. not likely to happen or to be true.

What is it called when people expect things?

Hmmmm, someone who expects others to give more than they themselves do can be considered anything as ubiquitous but comparably mild as hypocritical (which many of us can and have been some time or many times in our lives). Or they can be considered self-centered which is not good but not the worst.

Is except from correct?

Apart from and except for are multi-word prepositions. We often use except and except for as prepositions to mean ‘not including’ or ‘excluding’. They are followed by a noun or noun phrase or a wh-clause. Both except and except for are correct after a noun: …

How do you use except?

Except means “not including” or “besides.” You can use either except or except for as a conjunction to introduce a clause containing the only thing that was not included in the main part of a sentence: Everybody came to the party, except / except for Serena. He ate everything on the plate, except / except for the peas.

Where do we use expect?

We use expect to say that we believe that something will happen. We use expect in the following main patterns: expect + object: She’s expecting a second baby.

Is hope different from expectation?

Having hope means you are trusting the process. Having an expectation means you are trusting the results. Having a hope means that the future is uncertain. Having an expectation means that you are predetermining the future.