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    I hope she hasn't gone

    "I hope she hasn't been sent to school" or "hasn't gone school". Here I am thinking that it would be better that if she doesn't go to school. I know we can say "I wish she would not go to school". But situation here is that the time has already come(or its past the time) at which she leaves for school 8 AM. So I am in a doubt. I also know we have to use present simple after hope. Please check it.

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    Re: I hope she hasn't gone

    I cannot understand what you have written.
    The points seem to be muddled up. Could you please describe them more clearly?

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    Last edited by tedmc; 17-Jan-2015 at 05:00.

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    Re: I hope she hasn't gone

    Do you mean she is in school now and you wish she had not gone to school?

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    Re: I hope she hasn't gone

    No, Its time when she leaves daily for school 8 am. I am not sure whether she has left for the school or she is at home(not going to school today).

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    Re: I hope she hasn't gone

    You hope she has not gone to school. You hope she is still at home.
    Do you mean that?
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