Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Hope"

The meaning of "Hope" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I hope I could let go. mean?
A: let go=(普)放す (この場合)気になっている、心配している、愛している忘れにくいことを精神の健康のために忘れる。例えば、彼のことを愛しているけど、失恋だから、わすれたい場合 "I love him, but he doesn't love me back, so I wish I could let it go.
Q: What does A have their hopes pinned on what is being touted as B mean?
A: @Young0501: "Have their hopes pinned on" means they believe very much in something, and they will be very disappointed if it does not come true. They are very hopeful.

"Being touted as" means being presented highly, or being advertised as very good.

So this section is basically saying:
Many youngsters and their parents are very excited about HGH because they believe it will help them. HGH is being advertised as a medical fix to their problem.
Q: What does hope I'm saying it correctly, I just started learning English mean?
A:
It means like you are just starting to speak English or your English is not good yet
Q: What does They gave me sense of hope mean?
A: "They gave me a sense of hope" = 「私に希望を与えてくれる」。English-speakers say this when they have been inspired to feel a certain way. In this case, the speaker was inspired to feel hopeful.
Q: What does have every hope mean?
A: そうですね!もう一度!

"Every hope" is literally as much hope as possible... as much hope as there is.

Example sentences using "Hope"

Q: Please show me example sentences with if you have hopes to learn the vocabulary that (goes along with) it.
What does "goes along with" means? "goes along with".
A: It just means that one thing normally (naturally) goes together with another thing (usually a larger or more general thing). One thing accompanies another thing. You can also say "comes along with" for things that come together.
>"Ketchup goes along with chips"
>"Exercise goes along with a healthy lifestyle"
>"Drinking goes along with a good time"
Q: Please show me example sentences with hope.
A: I hope we will be together until the day we die
Q: Please show me example sentences with hope.
A: • I hope everything turns out alright

• I hope he's okay

• Never give up hope

• She hopes she can become a doctor someday

• The turn of events filled me with hope
Q: Please show me example sentences with One can only hope.
A: @revinneil

“I’d love to go to the moon one day.”
“One can only hope!”

One can only hope that a cure for cancer will be discovered soon.

One can only hope that they will get here on time.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I'd hope you'd .
A: I hope you'd go out with me

Synonyms of "Hope" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I hope~~ and I wish~~ ?
A: "I hope" is more casual and colloquial. You can say to someone before a test or job interview, "I hope it goes well!"
or you can say to someone who is sick, "I hope you get better!"
or you can say something that would be good to happen. Like, "I hope I can get married soon"

but "I wish" is much stronger and would not be used in any of those situations. If you said, "I wish that I can get married soon", it is much stronger and implies that you'll work hard to make that come true. Whereas in "I hope", it doesn't imply that you will do anything to make it come true.
Q: What is the difference between I hope that it helps and I hope it helps ?
A: There is no big difference. "I hope it helps" sounds more natural. You don't have to include "that", but it is still correct if you do.
Q: What is the difference between I hope they will succeed. and I hope they are successful. ?
A: They are the same. For the first one, "I hope they succeed" is also often used.
Q: What is the difference between I hope it helps you. and I hope it will help you. ?
A: There isn't much difference because either way it's the same thing. "I hope it helps you." is more casual though compared to "I hope it will help you."
Q: What is the difference between Hope you had a good day!! and I hope you had a good day!! ?
A: The "I" is just implied when you say hope you had a good day.

Translations of "Hope"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I hope you didn't forget about me yet.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hallo..goodmorning.I hope your day is good and always healt
A: Here you go!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? " i hope it(this essay) helps you to know who i am " this sentence is correct? could you correct it more natural written form? it will be a big help for me thank you
A: "I hope it helps you to get to know more about me."

or

"I hope this helps you in getting to know me better."

Hope this helped!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i hope it gets hot soon
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I always hope to being important of you.
A: I hope I'll always be important to you.

Other questions about "Hope"

Q: 1.I hope those tips are helpful for you guys.
2.I hope those tips are useful for you guys.
Which one is correct?
I don't know where is the difference between helpful and useful.
A: Both are correct. They mean the same thing in this context.

More specific:
▪Helpful means you hope the tips can help them.
▪Useful means you hope they can use the tips.
Q: i hope he didn't fall down from the stone into the sea Does this sound natural?
A: You can say "I hope he didn't slip from the stone and fall into the sea"
Q: “I hope we'll get better” Does this sound natural?
A: Of course
Q: I hope so. Does this sound natural?
A: You will have to say the rest of the sentence with 'I hope' or else it won't make sense.
Only 'I hope so' in this case can be said by itself.
Q: I hope we can get together again. Does this sound natural?
A: More emphasis on the 'r's and a bit more of a steady flow. You're real close.

Meanings and usages of similar words and phrases

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