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After I hope, we often use a present tense with a future meaning.
In negative sentences, we usually put not with the verb that comes after hope.
I was hoping is used to introduce a polite request.
I had hoped is used to talk about hopes that werenít realised.
Hopefully can mean I hope. This is a fairly recent usage in British English, and some people consider it incorrect.
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