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Hope & Wish

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Uploaded on Dec 6, 2008

"Hope" and "wish" are both used for situations that are not true now. "Hope" is usually used for future events. "Wish" is usually used for present events. Use past tense verbs after "wish."

You can use "wish" and "hope" for things that have happened in the past, but that's for another lesson.

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