Are these correct? If not, why? What do these mean?
1. I hope you got the job.
2. I hope you get the job
3. I hope you'll get the job.
4. I hope you'd get the job. (Is this correct?)
5. I hope you'd get the job if you have done that. (Is this correct?)
6. You better get the job.
7. You better got the job.
the sentence #3 is correct because when expressing hope not related to one's self, only that- clause may be used, the use of "that" is optional, e.g. Jack hopes that Jane will pass the exam.
sentence #5 should be "i hope you will get the job if you do that."
"Had better" is an idiom, it should be followed by a simple verb form, thus you have to say:you had better get the job.