Hope V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 Base Form, Past Simple, Past Participle Form of Hope

Hope V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 Base Form, Past Simple, Past Participle Form of Hope

Hope V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 is one of the verbs that are used very commonly in English tests as well as in everyday communication. Also, because it’s an irregular verb, hope doesn’t follow the regular rule. The verb “hope” has five different forms: base form, past simple, past participle form, present perfect, and present perfect participle. So what is hope‘s past? How do conjugate verbs with hope verbs?

Let’s find out with English tivi in the article below.

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Hope of Definition and Meaning

Hope is a verb that means to believe in something and have faith that it will work out for you.

V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 Form of Hope

Base Form (V1) hope
Past Form (V2) hoped
Past Participle Form (V3) hoped
s / es/ es (V4) hopes
‘ing’ form (V5) hoping

Hope of Past Simple V2

The verb Hope is also employed in its V2 form as “hoped”’. It is used to indicate the past tense in sentences.

Hope of Past Participle V3

The V3 form is identical to the V2 form. The V3 form is “hoped”. hoped is used in the past or present perfect tense.

+ In the present perfect tense, the word hope is used ‘have +’hoped ’ or ‘has +’hoped.’ 

  • I, you, and we are used as ‘have + ‘hoped‘ subjects. 
  • He, she, and it are used as ‘has +’hoped‘ subjects. 

+ If you need to use the past perfect tense, use ‘had +’hoped‘ regardless of the subject.

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Conjugation of Hope V1 V2 V3 V4 V5

Conjugation table: Hope
Number Singular
Present Simple of hope I You She/He/It
hope hope hopes
Plural
We You They
hope hope hope
Present Continuous of hope I You She/He/It
am hoping are hoping is hoping
Plural
We You They
are hoping are hoping are hoping
Present Perfect of hope I You She/He/It
have hoped have hoped has hoped
Plural
We You They
have hoped have hoped have hoped
Present Perfect Continuous of hope I You She/He/It
have been hoping have been hoping has been hoping
Plural
We You They
have been hoping have been hoping have been hoping
Past Simple of hope I You She/He/It
hoped hoped hoped
Plural
We You They
hoped hoped hoped
Past Continuous of hope I You She/He/It
was hoping were hoping was hoping
Plural
We You They
were hoping were hoping were hoping
Past Perfect of hope I You She/He/It
had hoped had hoped had hoped
Plural
We You They
had hoped had hoped had hoped
Past Perfect Continuous of hope I You She/He/It
had been hoping had been hoping had been hoping
Plural
We You They
had been hoping had been hoping had been hoping
Future Simple of hope I You She/He/It
will/shall hope will/shall hope will/shall hope
Plural
We You They
will/shall hope will/shall hope will/shall hope
Future Continuous of hope I You She/He/It
will/shall be hoping will/shall be hoping will/shall be hoping
Plural
We You They
will/shall be hoping will/shall be hoping will/shall be hoping
Future Perfect of hope I You She/He/It
will/shall have hoped will/shall have hoped will/shall have hoped
Plural
We You They
will/shall have hoped will/shall have hoped will/shall have hoped
Future Perfect Continuous of hope I You She/He/It
will/shall have been hoping will/shall have been hoping will/shall have been hoping
Plural
We You They
will/shall have been hoping will/shall have been hoping will/shall have been hoping
Conditional Present of hope I You She/He/It
would hope would hope would hope
Plural
We You They
would hope would hope would hope
Conditional Perfect of hope I You She/He/It
would have hoped would have hoped would have hoped
Plural
We You They
would have hoped would have hoped would have hoped
Conditional Present Continuous of hope I You She/He/It
would be hoping would be hoping would be hoping
Plural
We You They
would be hoping would be hoping would be hoping
Conditional Perfect Continuous of hope I You She/He/It
would have been hoping would have been hoping would have been hoping
Plural
We You They
would have been hoping would have been hoping would have been hoping
Present Subjunctive of hope I You She/He/It
hope hope hope
Plural
We You They
hope hope hope
Past Subjunctive of hope I You She/He/It
hoped hoped hoped
Plural
We You They
hoped hoped hoped
Past Perfect Subjunctive of hope I You She/He/It
had hoped had hoped had hoped
Plural
We You They
had hoped had hoped had hoped
Imperative of hope I You She/He/It
hope
Plural
We You They
Let’s hope hope

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Example Sentences with Hope V1 V2 V3 V4 V5

In this section, we will learn about hope sentence examples:

+ I hope the sky will be cleared tomorrow.

+ All we can do now is hope.

+ We just hope that he returns safely.

+ I hope that they still have my favorite pie.

Synonym Words For Hope

Synonym of hope word list. Here are a variety of words whose meaning is nearly the synonym of hope:

  • long
  • yearn
  • pine
  • ache
  • wish
  • burn
  • hunger
  • thirst
  • itch
  • pant
  • crave

Opposite Words For Hope

The antonym of hope word list. Here are some words that have nearly the opposite meaning as hope:

  • ignore
  • dismiss
  • neglect
  • abandon
  • disregard
  • reject
  • evade
  • forsake

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Some Frequently Asked Questions About Hope (Verb)

What is the V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 of hope?

The past tense of hope is hoped. The third-person singular simple present indicative form of hope is hopes. The present participle of hope is hoping. The past participle of hope is hoped.

Base Form (V1) hope
Past Form (V2) hoped
Past Participle Form (V3) hoped
s / es/ ies (V4) hopes
‘ing’ form (V5) hoping

What is the V2 and V3 form of hope?

+ The V2 and V3 form of hope  is “hoped“.

What is the sentence of hope?

What is the past tense V2 of hope?

+ The past tense of hope is “hoped“.

What is the past participle V3 of hope?

+ The past participle of hope is “hoped“.

What is the present participle V5 of hope?

+ The present participle of hope is “hoping“.

Conclusion

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