I can not agree with you even more. I can"t agree with you any kind of even more. I can not agree via you anyeven more.

What do these three sentences mean? Are they the very same, or are tbelow any differences?


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"I cannot agree via you even more." suggests that I agree via you to a complete degree, making it difficult for me to agree through you to a greater extent.

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"I cannot agree through you any more." means that I have the right to no much longer agree via you. I agreed through you before, yet that has involved an finish.

"Anymore" is a rather controversial word which is indistinguishable to "any kind of more", yet does not substitute for "any kind of more" in all uses: you would never before create "I do not need anymore supplies".

See for instance: http://alt-usage-slrfc.org.org/anymore.html


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Sentences 1 are 2 similar, however they are different from sentence 3:

"I can not agree via you more"

To say that "I can"t agree via you more" implies you totally and also absolutely agree through someone. You can not maybe agree through them even more than you already are with this perchild. 100% agreement through every little thing shelp perkid is saying.

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"I can"t agree via you any kind of more"

This sentence is sort of the same as the last one. You aren"t able to agree with someone at any better level than you are now.

"I can"t agree through you anymore"

The words "anymore" and also "any type of more" are very various, please be careful!

To say "I can not agree with you anymore" indicates you have the right to no longer agree with someone. That"s how the word "anymore" is different than the words "any + even more." You are no longer able to agree via that person. Here are some examples of utilizing the word "anymore" vs "any type of + more":

"I can"t row this watercraft any kind of more" : You cannot row the boat even more than you are at the existing moment"I can"t row this watercraft anymore": You are no longer capable of rowing the boat"I can"t push this box any kind of more": You cannot press package via more initiative than you are pushing it at the present moment"I can not press this box anymore": You are no longer qualified of pushing the box

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