it anymore

ragan

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Are my sentences correct? Are both sentences equal in their meanings?
But today nobody cares about it anymore.
But nobody cares about it anymore today.
 

GoesStation

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The first is OK. "Today" and "anymore" don't work together; choose one or the other.
 

emsr2d2

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Are my sentences correct? [STRIKE]Are[/STRIKE] Do both sentences [STRIKE]equal in their meanings[/STRIKE] have the same meaning?

Note my corrections above.
 
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