Tuesday, March 2, 2010

One Word or Two -- Anymore or Any More

Today's Writing Tip -- when should you use anymore or any more? "I don't want any more snow!" means you don't want *additional* snow (and you're in good company). "I don't want to live someplace where it snows anymore" means you don't want to live in a cold weather climate *any longer.* "I'm dying for more snow" means you are a masochist if you live in New York or D.C.

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