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1. Do you anticipate any trouble?
2. Mum tried to anticipate all my needs.
3. We don't anticipate any trouble.
4. I don't anticipate it being a problem.
5. We don't anticipate any snags in/with the negotiations.
6. We anticipate great pleasure from our visit to London.
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7. We don't anticipate any major problems.
8. We anticipate that sales will rise next year.
9. We do not anticipate any objections to your proposal.
10. We've tried to anticipate the most likely problems, but it's impossible to be prepared for all eventualities/every eventuality.
11. They anticipate moving to bigger premises by the end of the year.
12. I anticipate your success.
13. We anticipate that demand is likely to increase.
14. We don't anticipate any problems.
15. Anticipate any tough questions and rehearse your answers.
16. Try and anticipate what the interviewers will ask.
17. Did the Vikings anticipate Columbus in discovering America?
18. I anticipate deriving much instruction from the lecture.
19. I didn't anticipate having to do the cooking myself!
20. What Jeff did was to anticipate my next question.
21. We anticipate hearing from you again.
22. He must anticipate the maneuvers of the other lawyers and beat them at their own game.
23. A good speaker is able to anticipate an audience's needs and concerns.
24. We need someone who can anticipate and respond to changes in the fashion industry.
25. The general misread the enemy's intentions,[sentencedict.com] and didn't anticipate the attack.
26. Try to anticipate what your child will do and forestall problems.
27. This year, we anticipate that our expenses will be 15% greater.
28. Officials anticipate that rivalry between leaders of the various drug factions could erupt into full scale war.
29. A good general can anticipate what the enemy will do.
30. We had one or two difficulties along the way that we didn't anticipate.
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