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    Question Any More & Any Longer

    Hello! What´s the difference between " Any More and Any Longer"?

    In a phrase such this one, what is the correct: "I haven't seen her any longer" or "I haven't seen her any more".

    Thanks for the attention...

    Bye!

    Adriano, from São Paulo, Brazil

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    Re: Any More & Any Longer

    I have not seen her any more.
    But more natural would be - I have not seen her for sometime, or, I do not intend to see her again.

    Look at your dictionary for more and long(er).

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