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  • Hello, this is Jack from... I wish had some

  • shades. Hello, this is Jack from tofluency.com

  • and welcome to this English lesson where

  • we are going to look at the difference

  • between wish and hope. Wish and hope can

  • be quite confusing and this video is

  • going to give you an explanation of the

  • two main ways to use these two words and

  • i'm going to give you lots of examples.

  • And to help me do that I'm going to talk about

  • this car.

  • My wife got this car a long time ago.

  • She's had it for many years now and we

  • actually drove to Asheville in this car

  • with all the things that we had. So, when

  • we moved here, we packed the car full of

  • stuff, including, our dog, drove down to

  • Asheville in this car and we've been using it

  • nearly every day since. It's been a great

  • car and it has stayed in relatively

  • good condition throughout the years and

  • we hope that it stays in good condition

  • for many years to come.

  • And that's the first example of using hope.

  • Now, we use hope for desired outcomes,

  • okay, for desired outcomes. I hope this car

  • stays in good condition. My desired

  • outcome is at this car stays in good

  • condition.

  • Here are some more examples: I hope it

  • doesn't rain tomorrow. I hope it doesn't

  • rain tomorrow. He hopes a lot of people

  • will go to his party. He hopes a lot of

  • people will go to his party. So, the Sun

  • has just come out and I've had to put

  • these shades

  • back on, but I wish it weren't so bright

  • right now. I wish it weren't so bright

  • right now. In this example, I am using

  • wish because i want a change of

  • situation. It is bright, but I don't want it to

  • be, so, I wish it weren't so bright right

  • now. And we use this mainly for

  • hypothetical situations. Here are some

  • more examples: I wish the radio worked. I

  • wish the radio worked. So, the radio doesn't

  • work but I want that to be different. I wish

  • the radio

  • worked. I wish this car went a little

  • faster. So, we love this car but it is

  • quite slow and I wish it went a little

  • faster.

  • I've made a few videos in our yard

  • before but i don't think i've told you

  • that when we first moved into this house -

  • when we first moved here - there was

  • nothing here. We had one tree and then

  • the rest was mulch. There was no grass, no

  • plants, shrubs, only much. So, i did some

  • research and we ended up getting 5 apple

  • trees. There are a couple just over here

  • and there are a couple more down there

  • and one at the back.

  • However, I planted the same variety of

  • apple and to be honest, I wish i had got

  • more varieties - I wish had planted

  • different types of apple trees.

  • What you will notice about that example

  • is that I'm talking about an imaginary

  • situation in the past. I didn't plant

  • different varieties of apple trees but I

  • wish I had. So, we can also use wish when

  • we're talking about things that happened

  • in the past. But the good thing is that

  • the apples are delicious.

  • We got quite a lot of apples on this

  • tree, especially, last year and I hope we

  • get a lot again next year.

  • The mailman has just dropped off this

  • package and I'm pretty excited about it

  • because it's a new microphone stand. If

  • you have noticed during one of my latest

  • live lessons, then, every time I click a

  • button on my keypad, it makes this

  • strange vibrating sound through the

  • microphone and, to be honest, I wish I had

  • got this earlier because that sound has

  • been annoying me for a while but I don't

  • know why I just kept putting it off but

  • I hope it hasn't been too annoying for

  • you. As you can see, I'm currently wearing

  • a t-shirt which is incredible for the

  • middle of January. It's dry, it's warm,

  • the weather is beautiful, and I hope it

  • stays this way

  • for the rest of the day. I hope it

  • doesn't rain because we want to go on a

  • walk we want to stay outside and we

  • don't want to get wet.

  • I've given many examples of wish and

  • hope in this lesson and I just wish that

  • more people watched my videos. Maybe, you

  • can help me with that: if you have found

  • it useful then please share it. I really

  • hope you do so. Thanks again for being

  • here and I'll see you in the next lesson.

  • Bye for now!

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