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    I wish things

    Hi, are these sentences ok?

    1) every year I wish things that never happen
    2) every year I wish something different that never happens

    I mean that each time my new plans don't come true

    Thanks Rip


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    Re: I wish things

    Quote Originally Posted by ripley View Post
    Hi, are these sentences ok?

    1) every year I wish things that never happen
    2) every year I wish something different that never happens

    I mean that each time my new plans don't come true

    Thanks Rip
    This is correct:
    Every year I make a wish/wishes that never come(s) true.

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