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Every week we ask you a different question. Hear what people in London say, then join the conversation! What are you hoping for?

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The Express English team

This is what some people in London told us.

One man was hoping for some cake.

A student wanted a job, and her friend was hoping to finish her essay.

One man was hoping that the world would be a more just place.

Did you know?


Feeling hopeful? A rabbit's foot, a horse shoe and a four-leaved clover are all 'lucky charms' in British tradition.

Language tip

We say hope to, e.g. 'I'm hoping to finish early.'

Cultural tip

Sometimes when people hope for something nice to happen, they say 'touch wood'.

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