Posted by: Ivy Wigmore
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|Which is correct?
So many products include tracking capabilities that soon it won’t be possible to get lost ________.
a. any more
Answer: a. and/or b., depending on where you are
Explanation: Anymore is considered correct in the US. In Canada or the UK, it’s traditionally not been considered proper use, although that’s changing.
In the US, anymore means any longer and any more refers to quantity.
As Margaret Rouse pointed out, anymore can be useful to make a distinction in meaning.