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to like - liebenLast post 27 Dec 08, 18:38
to like = to find agreable, take pleasure in, regard with favor Das ist eher mögen oder 2 Replies
Polite way to order: hätte gern/möchte gernLast post 04 May 19, 16:56
Which is the more polite/proper way to order in a bar/restaurant, "Ich hätte gern," or "Ich …41 Replies
I'll see you further first. - Sie können mich gern haben.Last post 29 Aug 13, 20:27
Worttrennung: gern|ha|ben Beispiele: weil sie uns gernhat; aber das Buch würde ich auch ge…19 Replies
to like - ing / to like toLast post 15 Dec 05, 16:41
I've really forgotten the difference/meaning between the two forms: I like going out, I lik…7 Replies
to like - ing / to like toLast post 15 Dec 05, 16:41
I've really forgotten the difference/meaning between the two forms: I like going out, I lik…7 Replies
Man muss ihn einfach gern haben! - Everybody must like him!Last post 20 Apr 09, 17:50
Stimmt dies???1 Replies
like-for-like - flächenbereinigte UmsatzentwicklungLast post 28 Sep 15, 16:50
http://home.bluesnap.com/ecommerce/support/merchant/merchant-faqs#11 Can you do like-for-li…0 Replies
I love to read. - Ich lese gern.Last post 09 Mar 09, 18:53
Soweit ich es gelernt habe verwendet man "to love" mit Gerund also "I love doing something" n16 Replies
gernLast post 20 Oct 10, 10:11
Hallo zusammen, Sind diese beiden Sätze grammatisch/stilistisch korrekt, d.h. könnte "gern"…7 Replies
like / love + ing / like + to ??Last post 09 Dec 04, 10:05
In school and in any English Grammar book you are taught: "like / love is used with the -ing…13 Replies
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