Is "den" the acusative of "der"?
I didn't know "den" could also mean "that"....
I think you have mean "denn"
SO WHY DONT YOU MARRY IT
"Du magst den Apfel" does it really mean "you like the apple" as well as "you like that apple"?
so "den" means both "the" and "that" ?
Yes, when you have something like:
Du magst den Apfel, den ich dir geschenkt habe.
You like the apple, that I have give you as a gift.
Why (den) or ein
"Du magst den Apfel" vs "Du mogt(umlaut) den Apfel"
Don't both translate to You like the apple?
Mo:gt is for ihr, magst is for du. It is just the way conjugation works
Is mögen only used for plural?
What is the difference between "mag" "magst" "mogen" ... Explain their uses plz