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    No more or Nothing else

    Hi, I'm not sure when to use "no more" and "nothing else". I've heard both but I don't know if there is a diference or if they mean the same.

    Can anyone tell me please?

    Thanks

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    Re: No more or Nothing else

    Quote Originally Posted by crazyaboutenglish View Post
    Hi, I'm not sure when to use "no more" and "nothing else". I've heard both but I don't know if there is a diference or if they mean the same.

    Can anyone tell me please?

    Thanks
    Can you give us some example sentences in which you're not sure which one to use? As always, context is everything!
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: No more or Nothing else

    Sorry yes. "I went to the cinema then a party and nothing more." "I like tennis and nothing more." I want to learn English and nothing else." "He ate breakfast and nothing else"."There are no more sweets." "There are nothing else."

    My problem is I don't know which one to use when. Is there a rule that I can follow?

    Thanks

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