do you see difference?

  • marget

    Senior Member
    majlo said:
    petereid, I know they mean the same thing but my point is whether one of them is, by any chance, semantically stronger than the other one, or maybe one is more formal or informal than the other one or something like that?

    To me, (AE), the first one says as though it were a matter of fact, casual. The second one sounds bitter.


    Senior Member
    We're not together any more. This is the one most likely to be used in conversation,
    We're no longer together. I'd expect a follow up to this satement.
    We're no longer together since I found him with Sue.
    sorry I'm a day late