"Do you hope to go there?"
Translation:Hoopt u ernaartoe te gaan?
The verb hopen (to hope) lies within a group of verbs: dat-verbs.
I ____ that ...</pre>
I hope that ...
It seems that ...
I think that ...
When the dat is omitted in the sentence, a te + infinitive construction is often necessary -- As in the sentence for this discussion:
- Hoopt u ernaartoe te gaan? -- "Do you hope that you can go there?" (= "Do you hope to go there?")
This group of verbs requires a te + infinitive construction but only a couple also fall under the group of verbs that requires a om + te + infinitive construction. More Info
Hoop jij (je) daar te gaan? isn't incorrect Dutch, but it is a literal translation of Do you hope to go there? It works fine in English, but in Dutch you need another 'filler' word, such as 'heen' or 'naartoe.' to make the sentence better Dutch. So "Hoop jij (je) daarheen te gaan?" or "Hoop jij (je) daar naartoe te gaan?"