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  1. hrup


    Hey people, Auf Deutsch möchten is a Konjunktiv 2 form of mögen, coming from its Präteritum + umlaut, right? So why do some conjugation sites show a möchtete form? Is there really such a thing? Is möchten really a separate verb by itself, with its own Präteritum? When we want to say "I would like" in the past tense, shouldn't we use mochte or wollte, instead of möchtete? Thanks a lot!
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