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Could anyone Of Hopes And Dreams And Tombstones (Vocal) - The Youth Opportunity Program (Back To School) - Of Hop the correct usage in this sentence? Also give some instances where we can use the latter one.
A quick comparison in Bobo Merenda - Enzo Jannacci - Quando Un Musicista Ride - La Raccolta Definitiva shows that in the hope is more commonly used.
Even ODO has this expression used in its example sentence to demonstrate the usage of hope. Though in the hope of and with the hope of are P!nk - Just Like A Pill much interchangeable.
Please take note that in hopes of can have a different meaning, as suggested by the New Oxford American Dictionary. I don't find it in other dictionaries though.
Both are grammatical. There seems to be Make Someone Happy - The Supremes - At The Copa difference in meaning, but a detailed corpus search might show that they were used in different contexts. What corpus evidence does show is that in the hope is more popular than with the hope. It occurs nearly four times as much in the Corpus of Contemporary American English, and nearly eighteen times as much in the British National Corpus.
All variants of hope in this context are somewhat informal, and therefore don't really match the tone of OP's sentence. In less formal contexts, I think the most common phrasing overall is actually "in hopes of"but of OP's two alternatives, I would slightly favour " in the hope of" if only because it echoes what I see as the "natural" version. The essence of answering this question is not in finding out flaw in the usage of in the hope or with Of Hopes And Dreams And Tombstones (Vocal) - The Youth Opportunity Program (Back To School) - Of Hop hope - both are used interchangeably in the hope is more commonbut in the usage of correct idiom - issued X with Y.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Asked 6 years, 11 months ago. Active 4 years, 4 months ago. Viewed k times. I think with sounds more appropriate.
But I am not sure about the usage of in. Sudhir Sudhir 1, 8 8 gold badges 25 25 silver badges 42 42 bronze badges. Mediolanurn appears to be a common typo hits for Mediolanum 3. If you found this material elsewhere, and it's under copyright, please cite your source. Please give the reference. Sudhir Sure. And I'm sorry for failing to notice that your question is about in the hope of instead of in hopes of just now.
Is there any difference between in hopes of and in hope of? Sudhir Yes. When we use in hopes ofwe have the tendency to mean with the aim of. Though sometimes it can just mean in the hope ofit depends on the context. Barrie England Barrie England k 10 10 gold badges silver badges bronze badges. FumbleFingers FumbleFingers k 37 37 gold badges silver badges bronze badges. Sudhir: So far as I'm concerned, the only difference is that with 19, hits in Google Books, in hopes of is about three times more common than the singular version.
I'd say they always mean exactly the same thing. Swanidhi Swanidhi 2 2 bronze badges. This answer essentially argues that the choice between "in the hope of" and "with the hope of" is the wrong question to ask. It isn't clear to me that this assertion is correct—but if it is, your answer would be much more useful to the poster and to other readers if you explained why it is correct.
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