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What is the difference between "no sé nada" and "sé nada" and Do both mean same i.e., "I know nothing." or "I don't know anything"? Also, is there a better alternative for this sentence? ?Feel free to just provide example sentences.

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What is the difference between "no sé nada" and "sé nada" and Do both mean same i.e., "I know nothing." or "I don't know anything"? Also, is there a better alternative for this sentence? ?
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