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Hope you will/woud have a great time.
Hope you will/would add me to your team.
Hope you will/would have a fabulous time cooking the meal with your friend at her restaurant.

Which one should I use would or will? can we both of them in the sentence? Please help me.
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You may keep 'will' when it's not clear from the context that you're referring to the future. Otherwise, you can drop the 'will' altogether. I'd say 'would' is not possible with 'hope' (present simple) except as part of a conditional statement.

I hope you would help me if you won a million dollars.
In cases where there is no volition on the addressee's part you should use neither, as in "(I) Hope you have a great/fabulous/etc. time" or "I hope you break a leg".

"will" may be used in cases where there is volition on the addressee's part, as in "(I) Hope you will add me to your team" or "I hope you will reconsider".

"(I) hope you would..." feels awkward and should be avoided unless in a true conditional context (e.g. "What would you do if I was in trouble? I hope you would help me."). "I hoped you would..." is possible in the past tense.
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Thanks a lot for your help.
GPYIn cases where there is no volition on the addressee's part you should use neither, as in "(I) Hope you have a great/fabulous/etc. time" or "I hope you break a leg".
Ok and do my sentences are ok with will?
Wonder123Ok and do my sentences are ok with will?
Sorry, I don't understand. Assuming you mean "Are my sentences OK with will?", the purpose of my previous reply was exactly to try to answer that question. Was there some part of my reply that wasn't clear?
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Actually I did not understood your reply clearly :-( could you please put it in a bit simpler way.
GPY"will" may be used in cases where there is volition on the addressee's part, as in "(I) Hope you will add me to your team" or "I hope you will reconsider".
I don't think there has to be the idea of volition with 'will'. "I hope it will be fine tomorrow" seems natural enough to me.
fivejedjon don't think there has to be the idea of volition with 'will'. "I hope it will be fine tomorrow" seems natural enough to me.
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