Hope vs. Wish – English Vocabulary One Point Lesson

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Hope vs. Wish
We use hope when something is possible or likely to happen:

  • I hope it doesn’t rain tomorrow.
  • I hope the train is on time.
  • I hope I can see you when I visit Tokyo.

We use wish when something is not possible or not likely to happen.

  • I wish I were taller!
  • I wish you didn’t live so far away.
  • I wish I could fly.

How about you? What do you hope? What do you wish?
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