How do you say I hope this answers your question?

How do you say I hope this answers your question?

You could also say, “I hope that I’ve answered your question.”

Is Hope this helps correct?

(2) “hope this help” is grammatically incorrect because it has improper subject-verb agreement.

How can I replace I hope?

The phrase I hope refers to an individual’s aspiration or desire….What is another word for I hope?

hopefully here’s hoping
all being well fingers crossed
touch wood if all goes well
if everything turns out all right it is to be hoped that
it is hoped that one would hope

How do you express hope?

You can use formal as well as informal sentences in order to express hope. The normal expression is by simply using the verb ‘hope’ in the tense required by the sentence: “I hope to see you soon.” “I hope (that) the train arrives/will arrive on time.”

What’s another way to say Hope all is well?

“I hope this email finds you well.” “I hope you’re having an A+ [week, month].” “I hope you’re having a two-coffee (versus a four-coffee) day.”

How do you say Hope this helps professionally?

I would expand “Hope this helps!” this way: I hope this (answer) helps you. You would say “This answer helps me.” and not “This answer help me.” because the subject of “help” is third person singular. So, “Hope this helps (you)!” is OK, but “Hope this help (you)!” has a verb agreement problem.

Was hoping or hoped?

We use hoping to form one of the progressive tenses, like the present progressive and the past progressive: I am still hoping I’ll go to Paris by the end of the year. He was hoping you’d have time to talk before you left. The past tense of hope is hoped and the past tense of hop is hopped.

Is it rude to say Hope this helps?

How do you say hope this will help?

You might also say: “I hope this is helpful.” “I hope these will be helpful.”

What is a better word than hope?

aspiration, desire, wish, expectation, ambition, aim, plan, dream, daydream, pipe dream. longing, yearning, craving, hankering. 2’most of us begin married life filled with hope’ hopefulness, optimism, expectation, expectancy. confidence, faith, trust, belief, conviction, assurance.

What words go with hope?

hope

  • anticipation.
  • aspiration.
  • belief.
  • confidence.
  • desire.
  • faith.
  • prospect.
  • wish.

What is the example of hope?

The definition of hope is a feeling of optimism or a desire that something will happen. An example of hope is when a person believes his life situation will approve and his run of back luck will end.

Is I hope all is well formal?

Common opening sentences for a formal email are as follows. I hope that all is well with you. (The past tense is frequently used to make a sentence more polite.)

Is it correct to say I hope all is well with you?

Not really; “all” is singular by itself. You could say “Hope all your family are well”, but it would be more common to say “Hope all is well with you and your family.” It’s a fairly formal/old-fashioned thing to use “all”, so using “good” together with it makes an odd formal/informal mismatch.

Is Hope this helps formal?

It’s a humble way to say it, as though your help is not very much. : ) “I hope this helps” is not too casual, but not really formal. “I hope this will be of some help” sounds more formal and humble (which is unusual in English).

What is the proper form of hope?

Verb Forms of Hope (Base) 1st. (Past) 2nd. (Past Participle) 3rd. Hope. Hoped.

Can we say hoping?

Hoping is the present participle of the verb hope, and hopping is the present participle of the verb hop. We use hoping to form one of the progressive tenses, like the present progressive and the past progressive: I am still hoping I’ll go to Paris by the end of the year.

What does hope this helps mean?

‘Hope this helps’ is a contraction of: ‘I Hope that this (what I have just done/said) is going to help you’ and is perfectly acceptable. It is an expression I have used over the last 5 years on this site when I have given an answer to a contributor’s question.