Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Anymore"

The meaning of "Anymore" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does anymore mean?
A: When something that was once occurring no longer happens

For example:

“We don’t talk anymore like we used to do”

Which basically means:

We no longer talk like we used to
Q: What does anymore mean?
A: It used to be, but not now.

I had a dog, but not anymore.
My friend liked cats, but not anymore.
My friend does not like cats anymore.
Q: What does anymore mean?
A: the same as "any longer"
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Q: What does anymore mean?
A: "We don't have them anymore"

"Ya no los tenemos"

Anymore significa "ya" en este caso

Example sentences using "Anymore"

Q: Please show me example sentences with anymore.
A: I dont know what to do anymore.
I don't have anymore candy.
Anymore apples left?
Q: Please show me example sentences with anymore.
A: Example:

"I'm not answering your questions any more"
"I can't see it anymore"
"Anymore and it will overflow"
Q: Please show me example sentences with no more and anymore .
A: •That is not fair. I cant get "anymore"
•There are "no more" apples.

In these examples it could be "anymore" or "no more"
•I did not get "anymore/no more " than him.
•Is it anymore/no more milk?
Q: Please show me example sentences with anymore.
A: Nos não nos falamos mais

We don't talk anymore

Eu não quero mais te ver

I don't want to see you anymore

Ela não quer fazer mais a lição

She doesn't want to do the homework anymore.
Q: Please show me example sentences with anymore .
A: It's used with the negative present tense version of verbs to indicate that something has ceased or changed. It's usually at the end of a clause/sentence.

"I'm full. I don't want to eat anymore." (Cf. "I don't want ANY MORE (food) to eat")

"I don't want to be your friend anymore!"

"There used to be a book store here, but there isn't anymore."

Synonyms of "Anymore" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between any more and anymore ?
A: "Any more" is there are additional things

- Do you have any more food?

While "anymore" is an adverb it's similar to "still" or "ang longer"

- Are the two of you not friends anymore?
Q: What is the difference between anymore and any more ?
A: Anymore is always an adverb.
“I can’t do it anymore.”
“If I walk anymore I’ll get blisters on my feet.”
It modifies the verbs “do” and “walk”.

Anymore would be incorrect in these sentences:
“Do you want any more cookies?”
“I can’t do any more walking.”
Any more describes the nouns “cookies” and “walking” (the act of walking is a noun here).

It’s common for native English speakers get these confused.
Q: What is the difference between any more and anymore ?
A: Any more = some more
There are not any more tortillas left in the fridge.

Anymore = no more
I will not eat unhealthy food anymore.
Q: What is the difference between anymore and more ?
A: Anymore refers to time generally: “We don’t go to the beach anymore”. More is used nearly identically to más: “Let’s go to the beach more”
Q: What is the difference between anymore and any more ?
A: anymore means "no longer", any more means "no more of something".

I don't play tennis anymore.
I don't want any more food.

Translations of "Anymore"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? anymore
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? anymore
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? anymore
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? anymore or any more
A: anymore
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? anymore
A: Anymore

Other questions about "Anymore"

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