Self-tutoring about business vocabulary: the tutor makes an observation. English-speaking business people seem to think in terms of quarters. In French, it’s apparently the same, but they’re called trimestres. In this case, a trimestre is a three-month period. Source:

Self-tutoring about French expressions: the tutor mentions je m’attends. Je m’attends means I expect. The infinitive form is s’attendre. However, it’s not necessarily used as often in French as I expect is in English. Source: