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I wish... VS I hope...

What's dirredence between these two words?
I think The word "wish" is unlikely to happen more than "hope". But I'm not sure....
How do you use "wish" & "hope"? Please tell me...Thank you.

For learning: English
Base language: English
Category: Other

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    The main difference between the two, lies on the probability or likelihood of a person’s desires. We wish when something is unlikely or is impossible to carry out. We hope for things that are possible and it can take on a huge potential to happen.

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