04 February 2012 / by Radmila Gurkova
anymore..... What don't you do anymore?
Anymore: any longer, nowadays
Example: Harry doesn’t travel anymore.
Anymore is properly used in a statement about a change in a previous condition or activity. It is often spelled as a two words, any more, but most authorities accept it as a compound word today.
Anymore / Any more
Any more (two words) means "no more"; anymore (one word) means "now," "currently," "at this time."
Both are used with negative constructions.
> We do not have any more work = We have no more work.
> We are not working anymore = We are not working now/at this time.
> I can't give you any more love that I already have = I can give you no more love than I already have.
> I don't love you anymore = I don't love you now = I have stopped loving you.