Apr 18

“I wish you would clean your room.” 「部屋を片付けてくれたらいいのに」

“I wish people wouldn’t talk so loud on the train.” 「車内で大きな声を出さなかったらいいけどね」


We often use “wish” to talk about things that we would like to happen, but that aren’t very likely. If we expect it to happen, we often use “hope” instead: “I hope it doesn’t rain.” “I hope you do well on the test.”

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