It is spelled "hoping."With words that end in a silent 'e', you drop the 'e' to add 'ing'. So the word is spelled 'hoping'.Example: Gina was hoping for a pony for her birthday.
That is the correct spelling of "hoping" (verb to hope).With two P's, it would be "hopping" (verb to hop).
I am hoping you mean neighbours. Everybody needs good neighbours.
Hoping.The correct spelling is "hoping" (the E is dropped when adding -ing).The spelling hopping means moving in hops.
ITS ALL NOT REAL! Spell casting is witchcraft. Making a wish is just you hoping that it will come true.
Thomas... I was hoping it to be something that started with an "A". That way his initials would spell JAM ^lol that would be cool
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 broken.
"Hoping" in English is sperando in Italian.
I sat there, hoping she would call me back... I was hoping to go out with my friends.
He was hoping to land in India.
yes it is hoping is an action
Yes, it's hope and hoping
He was hoping to find the loot
They were hoping to have a perfect society
He was hoping to find gold.
I was hoping that you would know the answer.We are hoping that our children would succeed in their examinations this year and every year.
I was hoping the test got posponed because i had not studied.
They were hoping to win and keep on fighting for slavery.
hopeful hopefully hoping
he was hoping to find a shorter route to asia
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)
Sorry, no. How about: I'm hoping it rains soon.
The word hoping has two syllables. The syllables in the word are ho-ping.
He was hoping to find a route to India and to trade for spices.