I found in eslbase the following 1
Wish and hope
To express that you want something to happen in the future (not wanting a situation to be different, and not implying impatience or annoyance) "hope" is used instead of "wish".
I hope it’s sunny tomorrow.
“I wish it was sunny tomorrow” is not correct.
I hope she passes her exam next week.
“I wish she were passing her exam next week” is not correct.
I hope the plane doesn’t crash tomorrow.
“I wish the plane wouldn’t crash tomorrow” is not correct.
I found in BritishCouncil the following 2:
We use past tense modals would and could to talk about wishes for the future:
I don't like my work. I wish I could get a better job.
That's a dreadful noise. I wish it would stop.
I found in Grammar In Review by Marcelle Gant the following sentences:
She wishes he would join them (She's sorry he isn't joining them).
I wish I could go with you tomorrow.
I also heard the following sentence from a native speaker of English language:
I wish you would grow up.
Are the sentences "She wishes he would join them","I wish I could go with you tomorrow" and "I wish you would grow up" grammatically correct? I believe that all of them are wrong because we don't use those sentences to express that we want a situation to be different. We use those sentences to express that we want something to happen in the future. So we have to express those sentences with the word "hope".
She hopes he joins them.
I hope I can go with you tomorrow.
I hope you grow up.
I believe that all the above sentences are correct. Could you please tell me your opinion?