Re: I hope you get well soon.
This is not correct, because
Originally Posted by Preceptor
1. There is no future tense in English; there are merely several ways of expressing the future;
2. The use of the present simple after 'hope' is natural and correct; the use of the modal will is also possible, but it is not 'more correct'.
So, 'I hope you get well soon' is fine. 'I hope you will be well soon' is also fine, but it is not more 'technically correct'.
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