01. What time do you [expect] to finish?
02. Second language students sometimes have unrealistic [expectations] about how much they will learn in a 3-month course.
03. Jim's promotion was totally [unexpected], given that the guy is the laziest person in the office.
04. I don't know where Hannah is; we've been [expecting] her for over an hour.
05. With a drop in interest rates, housing sales are [expected] to rise quickly.
06. In this job, you will be [expected] to do some occasional overtime.
07. We can't [expect] too much of the new secretary yet; she needs time to learn the job.
08. Sales of the iMac computer exceeded all [expectations] within the first year.
09. Norman found it difficult to live up to his father's [expectations].
10. Arnold Glasgow once said that [expecting] something for nothing is the most popular form of hope.
11. Have you heard the news? Jackie is [expecting]! The baby is due in June.
12. There is a Chinese proverb which states, "All people are your relatives; therefore, [expect] only trouble from them."
13. Moshe Waldoks once remarked that a sense of humor can help you overlook the unattractive, tolerate the unpleasant, cope with the [unexpected], and smile through the unbearable.
14. There is a Guinean proverb which observes that he who has done evil, [expects] evil.
15. The average life [expectancy] for killer whales is estimated at about 30 years for males, and 50 years for females.
16. One hundred years ago, the average life [expectancy] in the United States was 47.
17. According to NASA, in a typical year the United States can [expect] some 10,000 violent thunderstorms, 5,000 floods, 1,000 tornadoes, and several hurricanes.
18. According to Time magazine, at least 68 million people are [expected] to die of AIDS by 2020.
19. Individuals who participate in a psychology experiment generally have certain [expectations] about what will happen.

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