Have I used "any more" correctly in the following sentences?
And yet, you do not ask whether you have used "expectations" correctly.
Actually, both of these sentences seem grammatically correct to me, but slightly awkward. What do you think about this as an alternative: 3: I have no further expectations of you.
In any case, all of these sentences are potentially ambiguous. They can mean either of these things:
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- 4: You have fulfilled all of your duties. Nothing more is required of you. I could not expect any more from you than you've already done.
- 5: You have disappointed me. You are unreliable and untrustworthy. I would be foolish to expect any more from you. You would only let me down again.