I hope you will have a good time vs I hope you have a good time

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TheShadow

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Hi,

What's the difference between:

'I hope you have a good time' and 'I hope you will have a good time"

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Rover_KE

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The first is more natural and colloquial.
 

MikeNewYork

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Hi,

What's the difference between:

'I hope you have a good time' and 'I hope you will have a good time"

Thanks

They have the same meaning, but the first is more common.
 
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