English grammar rule Adverb word order

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Any more is a phrase made from an adverb and an adjective. Together, the words mean greater to or additional to.

Anymore is an adverb. It means any longer, or presently.

Examples of 'Adverb word order' rule
  1. Incorrect Do we have anymore pasta?
    Correct Do we have any more pasta?
    Incorrect Cecilia won’t come here any more.
    Correct Cecilia won’t come here anymore.
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