Originally posted by Shaj:
I think you are using the word 'anticipate' incorrectly. Anticipate what? a blowout? a win?
1) regard as probable; expect or predict : she anticipated scorn on her return to the theater
| [with clause ] it was anticipated that the rains would slow the military campaign.
• guess or be aware of (what will happen) and take action in order to be prepared : they failed to anticipate a full scale invasion.
• look forward to
: Stephen was eagerly anticipating the break from the routine of business.
• use or spend in advance.
***Dear Professor SHAJ,
In my post, I was aiming for "looking forward to".
Is this a fan forum or an English course??
[ Edited by 49ERFANb4Uwas on Apr 25, 2011 at 5:16 PM ]