Should I say "anymore" in this sentence? Hello, just wanted to ask a quick question. Which one is correct? Thanks in advance. Due to no longer using English in my daily life... or Due to no longer using English in my daily life anymore...
Feb 4, 2017 7:47 PM
Answers · 4
Hi Selen, "Anymore" is an optional word here. Whether or not you include it is your choice and really doesn't make a difference. However, "due to" sounds a bit odd as a way to begin this sentence. Changing it to "because" would make it sound a little better: "Because I no longer use English in my daily life (anymore)..." (Note the other changes made) I hope I've helped answer your question. Please let me know if I didn't.
February 4, 2017
The first one. You already stated that you "no longer" need something so "anymore" is not necessary.
February 4, 2017
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