Present perfect of hope

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Hope is a regular verb. The past tense and past participle is hoped. So in the present perfect tense, it will be hoped.
Example - He has hoped for an increase.

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We still use 'hope' in the?present tense, because it's something that we?hope?now, but the thing that we're thinking about is in the past. We can use the past tenses and the?present perfect?in the normal way (if something has an effect on the?present, we use the?present perfect?and so on). I?hope?she passed the exam.
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