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I hope you feel better is the most popular phrase on the web.
"I hope you feel better" is almost always the correct choice (unless you refer specifically to some time in the future, or after some event in the future). However, "I hope you'll feel better" would be used when referring to some time after a circumstance or event in the future.
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I know you’ve been I’ll recently… I hope you feel better!
So, I hope you feel better soon because I'm counting on you as a strong man. Sending you good and healthy vibes only for your smooth recovery.
I hope you feel better soon!
I hope you feel better after you drink some tea.
When you get home,** I hope you feel better**.
I hope you feel better after a good night’s sleep.
I hope you feel better after taking a warm bath.
I hope you feel better after you talk to him about it.
I hope you feel better tonight after you get a chance to rest.
I’m sorry to hear you’re feeling sick, and I hope you feel better.
I hope you feel better soon.
Just a quick note to let you know you're in our thoughts and hoping for a speedy recovery; I was sad to learn you were feeling sad, and I hope you feel better soon.
When she heard I was sick, she said, “I hope you feel better.”
I hope you feel better after that little episode last week. We have three really important meetings on the horizon and I need you at your best.
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I hope you'll feel better soon and I'm glad your texting finger is uninjured!
I hope you’ll feel better in the morning.
Just know the things are gonna be ok and I hope you'll feel better soon. I'm proud of you for getting up today. I can tell that you haven't slept.
After you drink some coffee, I hope you’ll feel better.
I hope you’ll feel better in the future.
I hope you'll feel better soon too.” “Thank you.” Charlotte yawned again as she made larger circles on the ceiling. Maybe she'd sneak a piece of buttered bread before Chauncy came home.
I hope you’ll feel better after you get some rest.
I hope you’ll feel better once you’ve brushed your teeth.
After your vacation, I hope you’ll feel better.
I hope you'll feel better about each other by the time we’re done. But even if you still aren't happy with each other, the hope is to create an agreement between our two organizations.
I hope you’ll feel better when you eat some chocolate.
I hope you’ll feel better after your shower. The fact is, you’ll have to climb that mountain whether you’re feeling better or not.
I know this has been a terrible year for you, with the cancer and the divorce. I hope you’ll feel better next year.
I hope you’ll feel better in your new job.