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Sentence #255792

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I will not see him any more.

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  1. Apr 9th 2012, 21:10
    anymore
    ?
  2. CK
    Apr 10th 2012, 08:26
    Bob Cunningham sums it up well.

    http://alt-usage-english.org/anymore.html

    I personally usually go with #3, but Tatoeba's Policy is to not change things that are correct, so I left this as "any more."
  3. Apr 10th 2012, 12:38
    Thanks for the link. I didn't know about the dialectal usage in the positive sense.

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