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    Smile I hope she likes... vs I hope she will like..


    I was chatting with a cousin who lives in the United States the other day and while doing so I started to doubt about a phrase I've heard native speakers using.

    For example, which of the following is better to say? Or are both correct?

    'I hope (that) she will like these flowers.'


    "I hope (that) she likes these flowers" ?

    Please, correct me if I've just made any grammar mistakes. Thanks in advance.
    Last edited by bleiva; 11-Jan-2011 at 06:38.

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