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    using "no more"


    Which one is the correct use of no more A or B?

    A) I will not talk to you no more

    B) I will talk to you no more

    how to negate earlier part of sentence?

    Thnx in advance!

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    Re: using "no more"

    double negatives are a mess in english so no A

    B is ok but sounds archaic
    "I will not talk to you anymore" is more standard

    No more is common in refusals "No more beer!" or

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