no more, not any more, no longer, not any longer

We use no more to talk about quantity or degree — to say ‘how much’.

    There s no more bread. She’s no more a great singer than I am.

We do not use no more to talk about time. Instead, we use no longer
(usually before the verb), not .. . any longer, or not . . . any more.

    I no longer support the Conservative Party. (NOT I no more . . .)
    This can’t go on any longer.
    Annie doesn’t live here any more. (Not. . . any more is informal.)