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To expect in French 🇫🇷

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to expect s’attendre à
How to say “to expect” in French? “S’attendre à”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “s’attendre à” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on to expect in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the French word “s’attendre à”:

– Associate “attendre” with the English word “attend,” but think of it as “attending to an expectation.”
– The “s'” before “attendre” indicates it’s a reflexive verb, which often correlates to the English “self” (oneself, himself, etc.). So think of “s’attendre à” as expecting (to) oneself.

– “S’attendre à” is a reflexive verb that translates to “to expect” in English.
– It requires the preposition “à” after the verb to mean expecting something specific.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Prévoir” – to foresee/anticipate
– “Envisager” – to consider/contemplate

Infinitive and conjugations:
– Infinitive: s’attendre à

Present tense:
– je m’attends à (I expect)
– tu t’attends à (you expect, informal)
– il/elle/on s’attend à (he/she/one expects)
– nous nous attendons à (we expect)
– vous vous attendez à (you expect, formal/plural)
– ils/elles s’attendent à (they expect)

Imperfect (past):
– je m’attendais à
– tu t’attendais à
– il/elle/on s’attendait à
– nous nous attendions à
– vous vous attendiez à
– ils/elles s’attendaient à

– je m’attendrai à
– tu t’attendras à
– il/elle/on s’attendra à
– nous nous attendrons à
– vous vous attendrez à
– ils/elles s’attendront à

Examples of sentences:
– Je m’attends à de bonnes nouvelles. (I expect good news.)
– Tu t’attends à quoi en faisant cela? (What do you expect by doing that?)
– Elle s’attend à ce qu’il soit en ******. (She expects him to be late.)
– Nous nous attendons à des difficultés en cours de route. (We expect difficulties along the way.)
– Vous vous attendiez à un résultat différent? (Did you expect a different result?)
– Ils s’attendent à une augmentation de salaire. (They expect a salary increase.)

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