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ant, anta, ante, anti, aunt, cant, pant, rant, Swan, swan, swat, twat, waft, wain, wait, Wait, wan, wand, wane, wank, warn, wart, Watt, watt, wean, what, What, wont Ante, Gant, Iwan, Wahn, Wand, Wann, wann, Wanst, Wart, Wat-, Watt, WLAN


wollen: wollen, dass …
Wenn wollen in der Form wollen, dass … verwendet wird, steht dafür die englische Entsprechung: • Subjekt + (don’t) want + Objekt + Infinitiv mit to; der Infinitiv kann im Passiv auftreten
sollen: Absicht in Bezug auf Zukünftiges
Um sollen im Sinne von eine feste Absicht in Bezug auf Künftiges haben wiederzugeben, wiederzugeben, verwendet man im Englischen in der Regel die entsprechende Zeitform von: • want + Objekt + to + Grundform des Verbs
mögen: Wunsch
Für mögen im Sinne von den Wunsch haben, etwas zu tun, wird im Englischen verwendet: • want to + Grundform des Verbs, • wish to + Grundform des Verbs. Möchte usw. wird fast immer wiedergegeben mit: • would like to, • ’d like to in der gesprochenen Sprache.
Verben, die einen Wunsch, eine Absicht oder eine Vorliebe ausdrücken
I usw. would / I'd like

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