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How to say “expected” in French? “PrĂ©vu”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “prĂ©vu” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on expected in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the French word “prĂ©vu”:
– Associate the word with the English word “expected” to help remember its meaning.
– Visualize a calendar or schedule to connect the idea of something that is planned or expected.
– Practice using the word in sentences to reinforce its meaning.

Explanations:
“PrĂ©vu” is the past participle of the verb “prĂ©voir” which means “to foresee” or “to plan.” As an adjective, it means “expected” or “planned.”

Other words with similar meanings:
– Attendu: anticipated, expected
– PrĂ©visible: predictable
– AnticipĂ©: anticipated
– PlanifiĂ©: planned

Alternate meanings and slang:
As an adjective, “prĂ©vu” usually retains its main meaning of “expected” or “planned.” In slang, it can sometimes be used to mean “predictable” or “boring.”

Examples of sentences:
1. Le départ du train est prévu pour 10h du matin. (The train departure is scheduled for 10 am.)
2. J’ai achetĂ© de la nourriture pour le repas prĂ©vu ce soir. (I bought food for the planned meal tonight.)
3. Il faut ĂȘtre prĂ©vu et apporter un parapluie en cas de pluie. (One should be prepared and bring an umbrella in case of rain.)
4. Je m’attendais Ă  une rĂ©ponse diffĂ©rente, mais c’Ă©tait prĂ©visible. (I was expecting a different answer, but it was predictable.)
5. La rĂ©union a Ă©tĂ© annulĂ©e sans prĂ©avis, c’Ă©tait assez prĂ©vu avec lui. (The meeting was canceled without notice, which was pretty expected from him.)

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