Date: Fri, 6 May 1994 10:01:51 -0500 From: ALICE FABER Subject: Re: ADS-L Digest - 4 May 1994 to 5 May 1994 Positive "anymore" is also used in pockets in the Hudson Valley. My parents now live in a small town about an hour south of Albany, near the CT/Massachusetts border, and people of their generation born and raised there use anymore in unambiguously positive indicative sentences. If it helps in isoglossing, this was in one of the original Dutch settlement areas and much of the longtime population is of Dutch ancestry. The church in town is the Reformed Church (to prefix Dutch would be redundant...). Alice Faber Faber[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]Yalehask.bitnet Faber[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]