Leila - November 14th
Still is an indefinite adverb of time, meaning "even yet" or "even up to the present time." It thus indicates some continuing action. Like most indefinite adverbs of time, still generally precedes the main verb.
He is still working in that same office.
They still live in that same old house.
Negative equivalent of still is any more (or any longer). Any more is used to indicate that an action which went on for some time in the past has been discontinued.
He does not work in this office any more.
They don't live in this neighborhood any more.
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