vs Except vs Expect
It means "to be in agreement" or "to admit to do something".
He accepted to sign the contract.
Having studied hard, Rebecca was accepted to the university.
The professor accepted to do a lecture about global development.
He accepted our invitation. (he said "yes" to our invitation offer)
It means "to exclude something" not to include.For example:
We all passed our class except Tom.
Everybody was willing to join the competition except Mary.
The teacher excepted the new student. (she didn't include him)
It means "to anticipate" or "to wait for something".
Don’t expect miracles and do something!
I didn't expect to see you so soon.
They were expected to leave soon.
Choose accept, except or expect.
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