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

The meaning of "Hopefully" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Hopefully it won't rain. mean?
A: that means you don’t want it to rain.
for example, you could say “hopefully it won’t rain” if you had plans for a picnic and it was cloudy out.
Q: What does Hopefully I am over again soon mean?
A: hopefully they see you again soon
Q: What does Hopefully, I can show you a photo of my school soon. mean?
A: It Means The Person Wants To Show You A Picture A Soon As Possible
Q: What does 'Hopefully it'll calm down at work by next w mean?
A: they hope work isn't as busy/hectic next week.
Q: What does Hopefully we don't have any spoilers on the team lol. mean?
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Example sentences using "Hopefully"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Hopefully.
A: Some example sentences using the word ‘hopefully’ include:

“Hopefully I can see you again.”
“Hopefully we can meet soon.”
“Hopefully I can go to your party.”
“Hopefully I will ace my test.”
“Hopefully I will pass the class.”
“Hopefully they don’t see me.”

These phrases are often used by Americans when talking to others.

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Q: Please show me example sentences with I hope / Hopefully.
A: I hope I can pass this test.
Hopefully I will pass this test.
I hope I don’t have work tonight.
Hopefully there is no school tomorrow.
I hope today will be a good day.
Hopefully today is a good day.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Hopefully.
A: 1 Hopefully tomorrow will be better .
2. It was the first , and hopefully the last time I visit her .
3. Hopefully she won't be angry at me .
Q: Please show me example sentences with Hopefully.
A: Hopefully, she'll get her homework done on time.

Hopefully there won't be any trouble.

Hopefully we won't have to worry about this in the future.

Synonyms of "Hopefully" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Hopefully and I hope ~ ?
A: Hopefully is an adverb which means what it ought to--"full of hope" or "characterized by hope." It normally modifies verbs.

Nonstandard English sometimes substitutes the word hopefully for I hope (or some other subject with the verb hope).

Correct: They listened hopefully for the sound of the rescue party.
(They listened with hope)

Incorrect: Hopefully, they will come in time.

Correct: I hope they will come in time.

Q: What is the difference between Hopefully I can make you smile and I hope I can make you smile ?
A: Both basically mean the same thing.
Q: What is the difference between Hopefully see you again. and I hope to see you again. ?
A: ‘Hopefully I’ll see you again’
‘I hope to see you again’

They mean the same, but in the first sentence, there is stress/emphasis on ‘hopefully’. As if you’re not sure if you’re ever going to see the person again, but you want to. The second sentence doesn’t have this emphasis, so it’s what you would normally say.
Q: What is the difference between Hopefully I will get that job. and I hope I will get that job. ?
A: both are correct ! They express the same idea

But "helpfully I will get that job " sound better if you are makeing making a conversation

and "I hope I get that job " has a touch id doubt

Translations of "Hopefully"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Hopefully I could catch a flight to get to Japan. Could you correct this sentence?
A: So how do you say about the things that happens in the past with? Should I use “Fortunately”?

Fortunately I could catch a flight to Japan.

Should be fine?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Hopefully
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Hopefully, I won't miss any party from now on. Does this sound natural? Please correct this sentence.
A: It sounds very natural to me.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Hopefully, neither one will be easy for you.
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Other questions about "Hopefully"

Q: Hopefully you still have a spot in your class. Does this sound natural?
A: If it's to make a bit of a joke I would say "I'm hoping there is still a space for me in class" or "If there's still space in your class, I hope you can squeeze me in!"

I think either of those sound good :) I hope this helps you!





Q: Hopefully it doesn't get dark out too soon. Does this sound natural?
A: I would say "Hopefully it doesn't get dark out too soon"
Q: Hopefully the next time we'll have a successful meeting. Does this sound natural?
A: You can say "Hopefully, we'll have a successful meeting next time." but this implies that you did not have a successful meeting before.

If you have met before and all went well, you can say "I hope our future meetings will be successful", which means that you look forward to having successful meetings in the future.
Q: "Hopefully as I embark on a long and fruitful career in the film business, there will be various homages to various directors I have respect for."
This person is about to start his film business
or
just he wants to start?
Is this sentence is like,
" I wish I could start film business continuously because I respect many directors and I want to have a chance to pay respect" ???
A:
He is starting in the film buisness and during their journey, hopes to pay respects to various directors. The "hopefully" refers to what he wants do on the journey.
Q: Hopefully, my dreams and wishes will have been fulfilled by the time. Does this sound natural?
A: "Hopefully my dreams and wishes will have been fulfilled by that time."

"that time" is better than "the time."

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