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1. I hope he gets well soon.
2. I hope he gets better soon.
3. I hope he will get well sone.
4. I hope he will get better soon.
5. I hope for him to get well soon.
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Are they all grammatical and have the same meaning? Which ones are commonly used?
What about #5? Is #5 grammatical? And is it commonly used?

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  1. Yes they all get the same meaning except number 3 because only one thing has made it defferent from other,which is "sone"...And also #5 is a grammatical and it is commonly used..

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  2. 1. I hope he gets well soon.
    2. I hope he gets better soon.
    3. I hope he will get well soon.
    4. I hope he will get better soon.
    5. I hope for him to get well soon.
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    Are they all grammatical and have the same meaning? Which ones are commonly used?
    What about #5? Is #5 grammatical? And is it commonly used?
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    Thank you, Moses. I corrected the error.

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  3. Yes, all are correct and mean the same thing now. =)

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