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  1. xorubberduck2xo
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    Smile what is no in the sentence?

    i cant figure out what to label 'no' in this sentence,

    Haydn was no longer a student at that school.

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    Re: what is no in the sentence?

    Quote Originally Posted by xorubberduck2xo View Post
    i cant figure out what to label 'no' in this sentence,

    Haydn was no longer a student at that school.
    "no longer" functions as an adverb, in the same way that words like 'never', 'not and 'still' would function in that sentence.

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