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希望,盼望 I’m hoping for an interview next week. 我盼望着下星期有一次面试。 [ + (that) ] She’s hoping (that) she won’t be away too long. 她希望她不会离开太久。 I hope (that) she’ll win. 我希望她能赢。 We have to hope and pray (that) the operation will go well. 我们只能祈祷手术顺利。 It’s good news, I hope. 我希望是好消息。 “Will you be at the meeting tomorrow?” “I hope not/so”. “你明天会参加那个会议吗?”“恐怕不行/我想是的。”

希望,祈望 What are your hopes and dreams for the future? 你对未来有什么希望和梦想? Is there any hope of getting financial support for the project? 这个项目有没有希望得到资金上的支持? [ + that ] Is there any hope that they will be home in time? 他们有没有希望及时回到家? Young people are growing up in our cities without any hope of finding a job. 城市里的年轻人在一天天长大,却根本就没有希望找到工作。 She’s very ill, but there’s still hope/we live in hope (= we think she might be cured). 她病得非常重,但是仍有希望/我们觉得仍有希望。 We never gave up hope (= stopped hoping) that she would be found alive. 我们从未放弃她能够生还的希望。 I didn’t phone until four o’clock in the hope that you’d be finished. 我一直到4点钟才打电话是希望这时你会完成了。 I don’t hold out much hope of getting (= I don’t expect to be able to get) a ticket. 我对弄到票不抱多大希望。



Yet these are precisely the kinds of reactions that promote abdication of control and hope on the part of those suffering from mental disorder. Recent developments suggest we may soon see a new era of collaboration between linguistics and psychology that, one hopes, will be more enduring. But each introduces important ideas, and makes a real contribution to debates that one hopes will continue. Archaeologists study the former in the hope of understanding the latter. I hope that this will help to explain the many and various definitions of the concept of successful ageing. We hope that readers will benefit from this exchange as much as we have. We hope that presenting alternative arguments may be useful to readers interested in extending the theory. This hope is more likely to be realized through the coordination of academic disciplines than in departmental isolation.




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