233 – Still vs Anymore – Grammar Lesson

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The adverbs still & anymore can both be used to refer to actions or situations that happened in the past and have a connection to the present. For today’s English lesson let’s have a look at how we can use still & anymore in everyday English.

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Using Still

  • I still play the guitar and I still love listening to all kinds of music.
  • Jane still lives in Brooklyn.
  • Even though the price of oil has gone down recently, gasoline is still more than.

Using Anymore

  • I don’t go to concerts so often anymore.
  • Jenny doesn’t live in Brooklyn anymore.
  • Gasoline is not cheap anymore.

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