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How to say "Want to (do something) and don't want to (do something)?

Just as the question asks. (:
I know in Japanese there is a verb ending--Tai and takunai.
Is there something similar?
For example, I want to eat that cake! and I don't want to go to school.
Also how do you say it without another verb, like--> [I want you. I don't want that shirt.]
Thankyou!

For learning: Korean
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    동사+ 고 싶다: Want to (do something)
    도사+ 지않 고싶다/안 동사+ 고 싶다: don't want to (do something)

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