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Which sentence is more correct?
I hope I can meet you for an interview.
I hope I could meet you for an interview.
Sometimes, "could" is a polite version of "can".
However, one of the main considerations is the tense.
Present tense should be used.
These two phrases are set; the verbs tenses here cannot be exchanged.
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