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Can someone answer which one is correct between

  • can no longer be

or

  • can be no longer

Example)

The cars can no longer be used as public vehicles.

The cars can be no longer used as public vehicles.

Are the both common?

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    I've commonly seen the usage of "can no longer be"
    – Bella Swan
    Jul 26, 2019 at 6:10

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They're both proper grammar, but personally I see people use:

The cars can no longer be used as public vehicles.

More of the time.

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