Word Usage Tips | Intend vs Wish | Learn their usage in sentences to build your vocabulary

Word Usage Tips – tips on correct word usage, In this article you are going to learn (Intend vs Wish) and their usage in sentences.

Intend Vs Wish


Difference between intend and wish:

To intend to do anything implies a fixed determination irrespective
of the wishes of any one else. A pupil or subordinate should, therefore,
never use the verb intend in making a request or in writing an application
to a teacher or to a superior officer.

Here are some examples:

Incorrect Correct
I want leave as I intend to go home. I want leave as I wish to go home.
As I intend to go home this evening, will you please give me leave for tomorrow? As I wish to go home this evening, will you please
give me leave for tomorrow?