118 – Wish vs. Hope – Confusing Words Lesson

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"I wish I knew where my dream guy was"

“I wish I knew where my dream guy was”

Wish & hope are two words that are often confusing to use for a lot of English learners. How about you? For today’s English lesson, I’m going to answer one of our listener’s questions. Luiz Antonio from Brazil left a voicemail about this topic. So, today I’ll show you the difference between wish & hope and how to use these words in your everyday English conversations and writing.
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  1. Hi Michael, I hope your surgery goes well!

    By the way, are there any differences between “I hope your surgery goes well.” and “I hope your surgery will go well.”?

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