- 1 Post By emsr2d2
how to use hope as a verb
I seldom see a verb "hope" be used in form of "to hope"
What kind of verb is it?
Please correct my English if I have made a mistake.
Re: how to use hope as a verb
I hope you have a nice day.
Originally Posted by Suthipong
I hope I win the lottery.
He hopes to own a Ferrari one day.
They hope to go on holiday to Florida.
She hopes that she will get a new job soon.
It's difficult to hope for something when it's unlikely to happen.
It's easy to hope for something nice.
I think he's likely to hope for an A, but he'll probably get a B.
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