Ne ... plus = No more/no longer (French Negations)

In French, to express something isn't done or happening any more, you use ne ... plus.

Negative sentences with "ne ... plus" in French

Look at these negatives sentences:

Je n'aime plus Théo.I don't love Théo any more.
I no longer love Théo.
I love Théo no more.

Il ne nage plus le lundi.He doesn't swim on Mondays any more.

Les oiseaux ne viennent plus dans cet arbre.The birds don't come in this tree any more/longer ...

To express not any more / no longer in French, you use ne ... plus. You put ne (or n' when before a vowel or a silent 'h') before the verb and plus after the verb.

Note that when plus has a negative meaning (no more), you don't pronounce the final 's', except when you do the liaison with a vowel following ('z' sound)

 

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Il ne nage plus le lundi.He doesn't swim on Mondays any more.
Je n'aime plus Théo.I don't love Théo any more.
I no longer love Théo.
I love Théo no more.
Les oiseaux ne viennent plus dans cet arbre.The birds don't come in this tree any more/longer ...
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