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Which of the following sentences is correct?

1: Hope you will be fine so will be your mom.

2: Hopes you will be fine as will be your mom.
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Jackson6612Which of the following sentences is correct?

1: Hope you will be fine so will be your mom.

2: Hopes you will be fine as will be your mom.

To me, it should be "I hope you, as well as your mom, are fine."
Btw, 'mom' is AmE while 'mum' is BrE.
Hi,
the subject is sometimes left out in some sentences or exclamations, but it's an informal way to talk. I don't know when it can be left out, but "I" in "I hope" is one of those cases.

I hope you are fine! ----> Hope you are fine!
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Hope you and your mom are fine.

CJ
Which of the following sentences is correct?

1: Hope you will be fine so will be your mom.

2: Hope you will be fine as will be your mom.
Assuming that there is a valid reason for using 'will', I'd select this option:
3: Hope you and your mom will be fine.
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Jackson6612Which of the following sentences is correct?

1: Hope you will be fine so will be your mom.

2: Hope you will be fine as will be your mom.

Neither.

The correct versions have been given above.
Is the following sentence correct?

I'm fine and so is mom.
Your use of 'will be' means that you know they are not fine at the moment.

If you are just generally being polite we say 'hope you are fine'.

However, I find 'fine' an odd word to use here. We'd normally hope people are 'well' or 'ok', not 'fine'.
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