Grammar – WISH and HOPE – Common Mistakes in English

You can WISH something were or wasn’t True. That means you want the PRESENT to be different or untrue.

[Wish + simple past, past progressive, or could]

I wish we had a Christmas tree.

I wish we were flying first class.

I wish I could sing you Christmas carol, but I don’t remember any.

 

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