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If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.

(A) If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.
(B) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.
(C) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.
(D) If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.
(E) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.

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If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.

(A) If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.
(B) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.
(C) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.
(D) If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.
(E) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.


Meaning of "Any more" and "Anymore" is tested in the sentence.

Any more (two words) is reserved for the meaning 'even the smallest amount'. In other words, any more is used as a determiner to describe ‘quantity of something'.
Anymore (one word) is reserved for the meaning 'any longer'. In other words, Anymore means - 'in the recent or present period of time'.


If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.
"any more" should be used when indicating champagne, and "anymore" should be used when indicating the period of time.


(A) If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore. ------- (Incorrect)
(C) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more. ----- (Incorrect)
(D) If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more. ------ (Incorrect)
(E) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more. ------ (Incorrect)

(B) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore. ------- Correct
Correct usage of any more and anymore.


Answer (B)...

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New post 18 Apr 2017, 12:07
Kind of tricky. I had to think a little but still was able to get the answer in less than 1 minute.

(A) If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.
(B) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.
(C) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.
(D) If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.
(E) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.
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I still did not get the answer. Can anyone explain?
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SajjadAhmad wrote:
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If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.

(A) If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.
(B) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.
(C) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.
(D) If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.
(E) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.


Basically, the term "anymore" any longer. However, the usage "any more" means not more of a quantity or amount of something. I do not want any more of the dessert. Do you have any more pie? I cannot see you anymore I have found someone else...*sobs

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SajjadAhmad wrote:
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If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.

(A) If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.
(B) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.
(C) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.
(D) If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.
(E) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.


SajjadAhmad, oh dude where do u get such questions :). I learnt new words today. Thanks to you.
I used to think "Anymore" and "Any more" are same words.


anymore= adverb, refers to time, any longer
any more= quantity.
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SajjadAhmad wrote:
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If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.

(A) If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.
(B) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.
(C) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.
(D) If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.
(E) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.


SajjadAhmad, oh dude where do u get such questions :). I learnt new words today. Thanks to you.
I used to think "Anymore" and "Any more" are same words.


anymore= adverb, refers to time, any longer
any more= quantity.


Hi ammuseeru

So i think A Kudos is a better way to appreciate :cool: :cool:
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SajjadAhmad wrote:
ammuseeru wrote:
SajjadAhmad wrote:
Source: Nova GMAT

If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.

(A) If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.
(B) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.
(C) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.
(D) If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.
(E) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.


SajjadAhmad, oh dude where do u get such questions :). I learnt new words today. Thanks to you.
I used to think "Anymore" and "Any more" are same words.


anymore= adverb, refers to time, any longer
any more= quantity.


Hi ammuseeru

So i think A Kudos is a better way to appreciate :cool: :cool:


Oh! U have Kudos now. But seriously, "Kudos" loses its value when u ask for it :P
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If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.

(A) If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.
(B) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar anymore.
(C) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.
(D) If you don’t want anymore champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.
(E) If you don’t want any more champagne, then don’t come to the bar any more.

Rules:
Any more - not time
Anymore - time
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Option C & E are same? I am not able to differentiate. Please help.
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