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Difference Between Still and Anymore in an Easy Way

Still and Anymore

The adverbs "Still and Anymore" can be used to indicate actions or situations that occurred in the past and are relevant to the present. In today's English lesson, let's look at how we can use them anymore in everyday English.

How to use "still"

1. Up to and including the present or the time mentioned; even now (or then) as formerly.
  • He still lives with his mother.
2. Nevertheless; all the same.
  • I'm afraid he's crazy. Still, he's harmless.
3. Even (used with comparatives for emphasis).
  • Write, or better still, type, captions for the pictures.

How to use "anymore"


The word anymore is used with negative statements and questions and refers to a verb that has ended or did not happen:

  • She refused to listen anymore.
  • you don't get men like him anymore.
  • I don't like to go there anymore.
  • I don't need any more help.

See: Difference Between Lots of and A lots
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