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May I know which one of the following is grammatical?

I won't take your time anymore as you have another meeting later

I won't take your time anymore as you will have another meeting later

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  • 'Any more' meaning '‘no longer’ or ‘in the past but not now' is usually two words, but can be written as one word, especially in American English. Feb 8 '20 at 16:50
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You should use simple present (first sentence) in case you want to state a fact. You should use simple future (second sentence) if you want to make an assumption.

So depending on what you are trying to say both senteces are correct.

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