I found these 4 sentences on Google. But the second one seems to be the least correct. To my knowledge, I would say 'wish' is used to express ideas that are unreal, impossible or unlikely to happen in the future. Therefore, "I wish you feel better tomorrow." sounds funny. It makes me think that the speaker is a wolf in the sheep's clothing, unsincere anyway. So if I say #1 to someone, I don't really express my good wishes to him, rather, I hope his dreams fail. #3 sounds the best, and #4 is OK. If you want to express your good wishes, you should use "wish+noun" as in I wish you all the best.#1. I wish your dreams come true.
#2. I wish your dreams would come true.
#3. I hope your dreams come true.
#4. I hope your dreams would come true.
Am I right on this?
As far as I know, you use 'hope' in present tense to express a future idea. Are both sentences correct? Any difference?Nowadays, parents indulge the children dreadfully that they not only give everything but also receive a tantrum throwing form their loved sons and daughters.
I hopethat it won't be happening in my family.
I am hopingthat it won't be happening in my family.
I look forward to your answer.