grammar test - idioms- animals

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1. If you solve two problems with a single ac tion, you kill two ________ with one stone.

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  • After I hope, we often use a present tense with a future meaning.
      I hope she likes (= will like)the flowers.
      I hope the bus comes soon.
  • In negative sentences, we usually put not with the verb that comes after hope.
      I hope she doesn't wake up.
  • We can use I was hoping to introduce a polite request.
      I was hoping you could lend me some money . . .
    I had hoped is used to talk about hopes that were not realized hopes for things that did not happen.
      I had hoped that Jennifer would become a doctor, but she wasn't good enough at science.
    > For I hope so/not,
    For the difference between hope, want, expect, wish, look forward to and wait,
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