457 -Any More vs. Any Longer vs. No Longer – English Vocabulary Lesson

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The phrases any more, any longer and no longer can be used to talk about situations (like someone’s habit) that used to regularly happen in the past, but they don’t happen now. It seems like a lot of English learners have trouble with these phrases, so for today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at how we can use any more, any longer and no longer in everyday English.

Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or check the transcript for the details:

  • Jack doesn’t live in Brooklyn any more. He moved to Manhattan.
  • You don’t eat meat anymore? I didn’t know you became a vegetarian.
  • That restaurant isn’t open on Sundays anymore. That’s a shame.
  • Jack doesn’t live in Brooklyn any longer. He moved to Manhattan.
  • You don’t eat meat any longer? I didn’t know you became a vegetarian.
  • That restaurant isn’t open on Sundays any longer. That’s a shame.
  • Jack no longer lives in Brooklyn. He moved to Manhattan.
  • You no longer eat meat? I didn’t know you became a vegetarian.
  • That restaurant is no longer open on Sundays. That’s a shame.

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