1.
"with pleasure "
(In the sense that you like doing something. Best way to translate "I like doing X" is "Ich x gern(e).")
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Opposite: ungern
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My pleasure!
(As a reply to "Danke!")
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Opposite: ungern
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mögen, gern, gefallen - What is the difference

German has three options for "to like" - mögen, gern and gefallen. Today, we'll find out what the differences are and when to use which one.


Word Family

The core idea of this root was:

wanting, liking

And this is still visible in the offspring  yearn, greed and charisma, though from kind of different angles.
There’s a second Indo-European *gher- but that one is unrelated and its core idea is grasping.

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