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    any more and any longer

    Hello there,
    Could you, please, help me with the usage of 'any more and any longer'.
    I've read that you write any more with quantity ' I don't want any more cake' and anymore with time of duration 'I don't love you anymore', how about any longer? Do you always write it in two separate words, or is there any cases where you supposed to write 'any longer' as one word?
    Thank you in advance
    Elena

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    Re: any more and any longer

    No. "Anylonger" does not exist.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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