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1. He no longer lives here.
2. He doesn't live here any longer.
3. He doesn't live here anylonger.
4. He no more lives here.
5. He doesn't live here any more.
6. He doesn't live here anymore.
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Are they all grammatical? I can see 'anymore' in the dictionary, but I can't find 'anylonger.'

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    anylonger isnt a word

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    3 and 5 are incorrect. The others are fine.

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