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Conjugation of German Verb "mögen"

gemocht Past Participle help
haben Auxiliary help
mögend Present Participle help

Present help

ichmag volume_up volume_up
dumagst volume_up volume_up
ermag volume_up volume_up
wirmögen volume_up volume_up
ihrmögt volume_up volume_up
siemögen volume_up volume_up

Simple Past

ichmochte volume_up volume_up
dumochtest volume_up volume_up
ermochte volume_up volume_up
wirmochten volume_up volume_up
ihrmochtet volume_up volume_up
siemochten volume_up volume_up

Commands

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magst(du)
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mögenwir
mögt(ihr)
mögenSie

Conditional

ichmöchte volume_up volume_up
dumöchtest volume_up volume_up
ermöchte volume_up volume_up
wirmöchten volume_up volume_up
ihrmöchtet volume_up volume_up
siemöchten volume_up volume_up

Attribution

ichmöge volume_up volume_up
dumögest volume_up volume_up
ermöge volume_up volume_up
wirmögen volume_up volume_up
ihrmöget volume_up volume_up
siemögen volume_up volume_up

Definitions of German Verb "mögen"

  1. to like (transitive) (something or someone)
    Ich mag keinen Käse. – “I don't like cheese.”
  2. may (auxiliary, with an infinitive) (expresses a possibility, never a permission)
    Das mag ja alles stimmen. – “That may all be true.”
  3. to be hesitant to (auxiliary, in negation, with an infinitive) (do something)
    Ich mag sie nicht fragen. – “I'm hesitant to ask her.”
  4. may . (auxiliary, in the present subjunctive, with an infinitive) (paraphrases the optative)
    Möge die Macht mit dir sein. — “May the Force be with you.”
  5. to want (transitive, in the past subjunctive)
    Ich möchte keinen Käse. – “I don't want cheese.”
  6. to want to; would like to; to wish to (auxiliary, in the past subjunctive, with an infinitive) (do something)
    Ich möchte sie nicht fragen. — “I don't want to ask her.”

About German Verb "mögen"

The German verb mögen is one of a handfule of important verbs known as Modal verbs. Our data on the German verb mögen comes from many different sources and is verified through secondary sources like Duden. The different colors in our verb conjugation chart represent certain morphological transformations. These verb cojugations are derived algorithmically.