INTERMEDIATE - GRAMMAR
We use them both in negative sentences. They have the same meaning.
==>Please don't smoke in the house again.
==>Please don't smoke in the house anymore.
We only use 'again' in positive sentences. We don't use 'anymore.'
==>I hope Mira rings again.
==>I'd love to see that Julia Roberts movie again.
We use them both in questions.
==> Does he drink alcohol anymore?
==> Will you ever
see him again?
- is usually used for a repeated action
Anymore - is usually used for a continuing action or
something that has happened for a long time. It often has the meaning
of 'still' or 'no more.'
We DON'T use again
in a negative simple present sentence.
I don't study French again.
They don't see him again.