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1. It is not cold any more.
2. It is not cold any longer.
3. It is no more cold.
4. It is cold no more.
5. It is no longer cold.
6. It is cold no longer.

Are all the sentences grammatical?
Are there any rules about the position of 'no more' or ' no longer'?

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    #5 is the preferred usage.
    However, #1 and #2 are grammatical.
    The others are not appropriate usage.

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