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what‘s the difference between"würden" “möchten” und “brauchen”?

Welche ist der richtige Ausdruck bei “ I want to go shopping”. Ich würde mich gerne shoppen oder ich möchte shoppen oder ich brauche shoppen oder etwas anderes.

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    ich möchte shoppen/einkaufen

    möchten = (want) in Englisch
    würden = (wish) in Englisch
    brauchen = (need) in Englisch

    Hello Anna,
    the correct translation to "I want to go shopping' is Ich will einkaufen/shoppen gehen. Out of the three verbs you provided, the closest translation would be Ich möchte einkaufen/shoppen gehen - I would like to go shopping. I don't know which context you are using shopping in, so just a heads up - you can go einkaufen mainly for groceries, shoppen on the other hand is for going shopping for clothes, shopping in department stores.

    Gruß,
    airabeth

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