Look at these negatives sentences:
To express "not any more / no longer" in French, you use "ne ... plus". You put 'ne' (or n' when before a vowel or a silent 'h') before the verb and 'plus' after the verb.
Note that when "plus" has a negative meaning (no more), you don't pronounce the final 's', except when you do the liaison with a vowel following ('z' sound)
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Ici vs. là
I am afraid the French are very sloppy regarding the use of ici and là and often use 'là' for 'here':
Posez ça là! = Put it here!
even if pointing to a very nearby place!
Hope this helps!