1. I used (use) to ski when I was at the university but I broke (break) a leg five years ago and since then I have not skied (not ski) any more.

Will be possible to use past simple I did not ski any more(meaning it is forbidden for me to ski, it is too risky). A changement is not possible.


  • "I have not skied" by itself is OK, but with anymore "I do not (don't) ski anymore."
    – user3169
    May 21, 2017 at 5:36
  • [Please fix your sentence: Is it possible to etc., not: will be possible.]
    – Lambie
    May 23, 2021 at 15:03

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The "any more" is not congruous with past simple because it implies a continuum. "I do not ski any more" is correct in this case, or "I have not skied since".


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