Anticipate & Anticipation – Test Preparation English Vocabulary

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Here is a one point lesson to help you increase your vocabulary. When preparing for an English exam, such as TOEFL, IELTS, and/or TOEIC, you’ll want to include building your vocabulary as part of your studies. When you learn a new word, try to all of the forms of that word.

Anticipate is a verb. Anticipate means to expect something or to consider that something is probable.

  • Do you anticipate any problems related to the new computer system?
  • Scientists are anticipating a cold winter this year.
  • What kind of animals do you anticipate seeing during the expedition?

Anticipation is the noun form of anticipate.

  • It was easy to see the anticipation in her eyes.
  • On Christmas Eve, all of the children are filled with anticipation and joy.
  • The anticipation of the election results made everyone feel tense.

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