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Dear Teachers,

1. I don't want to hear you say anymore baby! Let's break it off! and just think that we have never known each other, ok?

- Is this natural to say?

Thanks very much to Teachers,

Stevenukd.
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I don't want to hear you say any more [or anything else]. Let's just end this. [or Let's just break up]. We'll pretend we never knew each other, okay?
Grammar GeekI don't want to hear you say any more [or anything else]. Let's just end this. [or Let's just break up]. We'll pretend we never knew each other, okay?

I believe 'any more' is BrE, while 'anymore' is AmE.
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In this particular context "any more" is used in AmE.
VeradeIn this particular context "any more" is used in AmE.
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As my signature line says, I do use the American version.
Sorry GG, I should have read the post more carefully! Of course you're right. I should get more sleep and not post when I have a cold. Bye--zzzzzz.
I think the "every day" vs. "everyday" and "sometime" vs "some time" vs "sometimes" are confusing for people. It's the same here.
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