So you don't actually say "any"?
What is the difference between nem akarom and nem kerek? I always said nem akarom when i was growing up but i grew up rurally.
"Kérni" is more like "To ask for". "Akarni" is just "To want", whether concrete or abstract.
Can i say ( Nem akarok semmi ) ?
Guys, here is one of the major issues so far you need to correct: it is very misleading for someone who wants to learn Hungarian when to use 'ke'rni' and 'akarni'.
Sorry but i am hungarian and the ,,Nem kérek" és ,,az én nem kérek" is same
Can you say "nincs kérek"?
No, nincs is for the negation of the third person singular only.
Miert nem jo "nem akarok semmit"?
That would be "I do not want anything."
Why not "Nem akarok"?
Nem akarok is the correct translation.
Nem akarok barmi. Is l don't want any, nem kèrek , is i don't ask