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Hi everyone. I hope that you are all doing great.

Today when reading a comment, I noticed that some members have mistakes when using "hope", especially as a verb.

To make sure how we can use the verb hope, I searched for it.

There is a section in EnglishClub website, where you can search the word you want to look up in the dictionary. Here is the link > Vocabulary. Could you find the part entitled "Online Dictionaries"?

I typed the word "hope" and I was given the following link: Hope

OK, now you can find examples for this word. To pay attention to the example sentences in a dictionary is a good way to learn how we must use a word. So now we can learn through the examples there:

hope (that): I just hope she's pleasant to him on his birthday.


hope for: It wouldn't be sensible to hope for immediate success.

The best they can hope for is to get temporary accommodation.


hope and pray (that): We can only hope and pray that Stephen is alive.


hope to do something: The university is hoping to raise £3,000,000.
He hopes to sell his art to a major museum.

hope  that this post can help you with how to use the verb "hope".

 

Challenge:

NOW, it is your turn to make sentences with the verb "hope" to make sure that you have fully learned how to use it correctly.


Have a great time

:)

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Comment by Zahra on September 17, 2012 at 22:06

@ Grace

Dear Grace, thank you so much for your comment here. For corrections, please check the very helpful comment by Mrs. Turnbull.

I hope that you always enjoy your life and praise it.

Have a nice time

:)

@ Caroline Turnbull

Hi dear Caroline.

Thank you so much for the very precious help. Your comment was very polite and informative. It was really helpful for us all.

Thanks so much.

Have a great time.

:)


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Comment by Grace on September 2, 2012 at 11:10

Thank you a lot for posting this useful information. Here are my sentence. Please help to check if they are correct. Thanks. :)

-I hope the war in Syria can stop immediately.

- The farmers hope for raining owing to the drought.

-My little brother hopes and prays that his final exam can all pass.

- I hope to visit Mars someday.

Comment by Zahra on September 1, 2012 at 9:07

@ Dear Tara

Thank you so much for visiting my post. It is so nice of you.

I hope that the world will be full of such caring and nice teachers as you.

Have all the best

:)

Comment by Zahra on September 1, 2012 at 9:05

@ Robbie

I do hope the same.

Thanks for adding some color to this challenge. <link>

Have a great time

:)

Have all the best

:)

Comment by Zahra on September 1, 2012 at 8:56

@Pari

Thanks for taking part in the challenge. Such a good sentence; just little tiny notes:

"I hope this post sticks in my mind and never forget it."

:)

Have a nice time

:)

Comment by Zahra on September 1, 2012 at 8:53

@Anele,

Thanks a lot for the kind words. It's a pleasure to be of any help to learners plus myself. :)

Comment by Zahra on September 1, 2012 at 8:52

@ Ali

You are welcome. :)

Comment by Zahra on September 1, 2012 at 8:51

@Ymn Pearl

I hope that you can successfully do all what you've planned to do.

Thanks for visiting us here.

Have a great time

:)

Comment by Zahra on September 1, 2012 at 8:49

@Laton

Wow! Such a twisted sentence! Well, I think hopes are better to be simple and plain in order to be granted soon, with much ease!! ;) 

Anyway, thanks for adding fun to the challenge.

Have a great time

:)

Comment by Zahra on September 1, 2012 at 8:44

@KI

Well done. Keep up with the good work.

I am sure that you'll meet your hopes with persistence, patience and hope.

I hope that you enjoy your life.

Have all the best

:)

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