Do we not use capital letter for adjectives like "engilsch", "deutsch", "kroatisch"...?
What is an English Clock?
What is möchte? Why isn't it "Er will ~"? Wollen is the verb Duolingo has taught.
"Möchte" means "would like". It comes from "mögen".
If the subject is "er" the verb möchten should not be "möchtet" ?
The verb is mögen and as like as other modals (wollen, könnten etc) its conjugation is the same for 1st and 3rd person singular.
No, some verb forms are the same in first and third person singular (like conditional, preterite...).
Here is a conjugation of möchten
In addition to the link Claire737844 provided, try here.
Does really "He would like ONE English clock" sound wrong in English?
depending on the context it can sound better or worse. by itself with no context, it doesn't sound great but it doesnt sound bad/wrong either
The woman voice is definitely the most difficult to understand... Sometimes incomprehensible!
I don't know about you, but I'd be pretty freaked out if my clock started speaking English to me