Can we use would with hope?


Can we use would with hope?

A number of tense-forms are possible after ‘hope’ for present or future time. ‘Would’ is not normally used, except in such constructions as ‘would like’, ‘would rather’. I hope he is enjoying his new job.

What is correct you will or you would?

The main difference between will and would is that would can be used in the past tense but will cannot. Also, would is commonly used to refer to a future event that may occur under specific conditions, while will is used more generally to refer to future events.

Is it grammatically correct to say do do?

No true grammar rule about this, quite acceptable grammar but clearly not acceptable in usage. Use other words. This “do do” is much like “had I had” and “have you had” and “to do to” usage.

Is it correct to say hope you will be fine?

*”I hope you be fine” is incorrect as the verb remains in the infinitive, but it needs to be conjugated to agree with “you”.

How can I use hope in a sentence?

[M] [T] I hope it does not rain tomorrow. [M] [T] I hope that she’ll get well soon. [M] [T] There is no hope of his recovery. [M] [T] I hope your wishes will come true.

When to use we would?

We use would as the past of will, to describe past beliefs about the future: I thought we would be late, so we would have to take the train.

Would use in sentences?

Using would as as a kind of past tense of will or going to is common in reported speech:

  • She said that she would buy some eggs. (“I will buy some eggs.”)
  • The candidate said that he wouldn’t increase taxes. (“I won’t increase taxes.”)
  • Why didn’t you bring your umbrella? I told you it would rain! (“It’s going to rain.”)

Do do sentences?

He comes to my house almost every morning to drink coffee before he goes to work; we talk about doing things together on the weekends and we do do things together all the time.

Can I say I hope you are well?

“Hope all is well,” “I hope you’re doing well,” and “I hope this finds you well.” All of these phrases are technically correct, but are they the best you can do? While “hope you’re well” isn’t technically a grammatical error, some experts construe it as being a bit lazy.

How do you say I hope you are alright?

Make sure you pick the appropriate tone so you don’t sound too formal or informal.

  1. “I’m so sorry that you are going through this.
  2. “Despite all the troubles in the world, I hope you are doing well.”
  3. “My heart is breaking for you.
  4. “You are important to me.
  5. “I recently heard about your loss.
  6. “Are you okay?”