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We often omit "that" in direct object noun clauses. For example:
I hope you have a good weekend.
I hope the meeting goes well.
It may sound a bit stilted to include "that" in those sentences, particularly the first.
However, today I was writing an email and wanted to combine those ideas into one sentence. My clarity instinct led me to write:
I hope you have a good weekend and that the meeting goes well.
In this case, omitting "that" before "the meeting goes well" makes that second object sound clumsy. But including two "that"s sounds equally clumsy.
Is it acceptable to omit the first and not the second? Does it sound clumsy to omit both?