B1 to C1 – Grammar Clinic – Wish

Wish + past simple is used to express that we want a situation in the present (or future) to be different. Wish + past continuous is used to express that we want to be doing a different action in the present (or future). Note: In Standard English we use “I wish I were…” and “I wish it were…”

We will look at the verb ‘Wish’ in the pastpresent & future. We will also look at the difference between Wish & Hope, and also wish + would.

  • What?
    B1 to C1 - Grammar Clinic - Wish
  • When?
    2:00 pm
  • Where?
    Room 7
  • How much?
    Free!

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