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Mögen in English

GermanEnglish
mögen Ich mag es zu laufen. to like I like to walk.

Translation by Vocabulix

  


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Sample sentences:
Einige Reisende wünschten, die Fahrt möge ewig währen; andere wollten schnell ankommen.

Some voyagers wished for an everlasting trip, others wanted to arrive quickly.
Der Matador möchte sich nicht vom Stierkampf zurückziehen. The matador doesn't want to retire from bullfighting.
Aufgrund der politischen Probleme ist Kolumbien keines der Länder, das ich erforschen möchte. Due to the political problems Colombia is not a country I would like to explore.
dürfen; können; mögen (Konjunktiv) may
vorziehen; lieber mögen; bevorzugen to prefer
nicht mögen; nicht gern haben to dislike
mögen,können,dürfen may, might
bevorzugen; lieber mögen to prefer
schätzen; mögen to appreciate
jemanden mögen to fancy somebody
mögen like; want; querer, gustar
gleich; ähnlich; mögen like


I made a mistake regarding the information of the yield, you were right. I do not know whether the software had a license, I will let you know once I speak with my employer (tomorrow). Hasta luego.
It is an abandoned place in the middle of Spain, in the middle of nowhere. The station is located near a junction where the ways of the trains split. Both are split as well, in their minds.
We did not feel any danger at all and found the area very attractive. Especially Bocca with its colorful building appealed to us. In addition, we found out that Maradonna was the king of this neighborhood.

German VerbsPresentPast  
Conjugation of mögen
[gemocht]
mag  magst  mag  mögen  mögt  mögen  mochte  mochtest  mochte  mochten  mochtet  mochten     
English Verbs    
Conjugation of like   [ liked, liked ]