Cambridge Dictionary gave us the following tips on using the word “Hope” as a verb and as noun.
Hope as a verb:
After hope, we often use present verb forms even when there is reference to the future:
- We hope she passes her driving test next week.
- I just hope the bus is on time tomorrow.
Hope as a noun:
We can use hope as a countable noun:
- In 1938, there was still a hope that war could be avoided.
- After the election, their hopes were high, but five years later nothing has changed.
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