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Common English Mistake: 'Hope this help' or 'Hope this helps'

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Created Date: Sat 27 Aug 2011

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Which one is correct: 'Hope this help' or 'Hope this helps'?

 

Answer:
Correct: Hope this helps!
This is a contraction of: 'I Hope that this (what I have just done/said) is going to help you'
You can also say: Hope this will help!

Incorrect:Hope this help!


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Mandatory Financial Education

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Financial education should be mandatory component of the school program. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?
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