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Considering there is already an exhaustive answer going through the various meanings of plus on this site I will only try to clarify the meaning of the sentence in OP's question: Puis moi, je me suis retrouvée avec... plus beaucoup de vision. I Plus de... First let's point out this is spoken language, it is correct but colloquial, other ways to express the ...


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"Plus beaucoup" means "not much any more", or "not any longer" (Macmillan). In the present usage, the Wiktionnaire calls this word an adverb, but the TLFi calls it just a particle. "Plus" is a tricky word as it can be an adverb of quantity, a preposition that has the meaning of addition, and finally a negative particle ...


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Tu vas encore te perdre is the normal unstressed way to say it. But you are right encore could be placed after the verb to create an effect. When writing I would introduce a coma before encore. Tu vas te perdre, encore. and when speaking make a pause before encore. Having encore after the verb shows insistence or exasperation.


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