én igen XD
whats the difference between "don't want any beer" and I do not want beer?
Ez a mondat számomra értelmezhetetlen!! ilyen a Magyarba nem fordulhat elő! :-)
I thought the singular was sör and the plural sörök
There's no such thing as sörök. Probably because beer is liquid and thus uncountable.
One would use sörök when talking about some specific kind of beers, like: german beers - német sörök, duch beers - holland sörök, light beers - világos sörök.
What? Then how would you go about saying you had x beers?
"I drank two beers." - "Kettő sört ittam."
"Két sört ittam." or "Ittam két sört."
That's not true! XD
I thought the following is a good solution. Isn't it?
I don't ask for beer.
Hmm... idk, that's like a habitual action, so you would more likely say 'Nem szoktam sört kérni' or something like that.
Ne gerek? means I do not want to in Turkish
Why sör sometimes and sometimes sört?
former is the base form, latter is accusative, like in german. That is how we indicate the word being the direct object.