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One day I wish I will be as good as you at speaking English.

One day I wish I will be speaking English as well as you.

One day I wish I will speak English as well as you.

Are they correct? Do they carry almost the same meaning?

Thanks
LiJ
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One day I hope to be as good as you at speaking English.
One day I hope to be speaking English as well as you.
I hope to be as good as you at speaking English [one day / some day].
I hope to be speaking English as well as you [one day / some day].
I hope I'll be [able to speak / speaking ] English as well as you [one day / some day].


I wish I could speak English as well as you.
<< meaning, at this moment -- now

I wish I will is ungrammatical.

CJ
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I learned a lot. Emotion: smile 'I hope to' is reall what I needed to know. Thank you, CJ.Emotion: smile
Emotion: wink Glad to be of help.

CJ