Grammar Series, No. 3: Is it “Anymore” or “Nowadays”?

Is it "Anymore" or "Nowadays"?

  • "Anymore" is used when you want to say that some action no longer occurs, as in "We don't feed our chickens onions anymore."
  • "Nowadays"–or "Lately", "Recently", etc.–is used when you want to refer to a situation that has occurred recently, as in "Nowadays, we feed our chickens fresh spinach and lettuce."
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