“I wish I were” and “I wish I was”: which of these is proper in English? Both are proper, they are not interchangeable, and each has a purpose

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Difference between ' I Hope ' and ' I Wish ' - English Grammar lesson

Using 'I Hope' and 'I Wish' The two expressions 'I hope' and 'I wish' are very commonly used in our daily conversations. There is a slight difference between.

I wish I'd had this when I was teaching developmental college English classes. I think this would have made a lot more sense to my students than pages and pages of worksheets.

I wish I& had this when I was teaching developmental college English classes. I think this would have made a lot more sense to my students than pages and pages of worksheets.

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A Brief Encounter with Grammar : I Wish

A Brief Encounter with Grammar : I Wish

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I wish... worksheet - Free ESL printable worksheets made by teachers

I wish... worksheet - Free ESL printable worksheets made by teachers

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