Asked in English Spelling and Pronunciation
English Spelling and Pronunciation
How do you spell hoping?
Asked in Religion & Spirituality
Will casting a spell interfere with making a wish?
ITS ALL NOT REAL! Spell casting is witchcraft. Making a wish is just you hoping that it will come true. ...
Asked in Guinness World Records
What is the worlds biggest record broken?
the hoping of the hoping hopping bunnies that just keep hoping and hopping till they hope. and hope upon hope leads to hope and hoping hope is hoping hope indeed and hope leads to hoping hope and bunnies hoping just keep hoping and hopping for hope and hope leads to hoping and hopping and hoping hoping hopping. so just keep hoping and hopping if you are a bunny that was the world's dumbest answer. no you know what is the world's biggest record...
Asked in English to Italian
What is 'hoping' when translated from English to Italian?
"Hoping" in English is sperando in Italian.
Asked in Utopia
What were the founders of utopias hoping to achieve?
They were hoping to have a perfect society
Asked in Battle of Gettysburg
What were the confederates hoping to do in the Battle of Gettysburg?
They were hoping to win and keep on fighting for slavery.
Asked in Explorers and Expeditions, John Cabot
What was john Cabot hoping to find on his exploration?
he was hoping to find a shorter route to asia
Asked in Adjectives and Articles, Verbs, Nouns
Is hoping a noun?
Yes, the word 'hoping' is a gerund, the present participle of the verb to hope that functions as a noun. The present participle of the verb also functions as an adjective. Examples: You can't solve your problem by hoping. (noun) I was hoping to visit mom this weekend. (verb) The child peered into the pet shop with a hoping heart. (adjective) ...
Asked in Grammar, Example Sentences
Hoping for rains to pour in soon.is this sentence correct?
Sorry, no. How about: I'm hoping it rains soon.
Asked in Edgar Allan Poe, The Raven (Poem)
What is the narrator hoping the raven can tell him?
The man is hoping that the raven will tell him that the raven is Lenore- or her spirit. ...
Asked in Verbs, Present Tenses
What is the verb tense for hoping?
Hoping is called a present participle. By itself it is not a verb tense. But: used with a be verb it could be past or present tense:- I am hoping to see the Queen when she visits. or it could be past tense:- She was hoping to get a ride back to work with them. Used with have / has been it could be present perfect continuous:- I have been hoping to see you for a long time. Used with had been it is past...