What it do? = (What's up?, in Houston, TX )
I've been talking to some of my students who came up with this question: How can I use the expressions "no longer" and "for good"? They've told me that they could guess the meaning in the context, but they couldn't know exactly what they meant.
Well, I will try to be very clear. The expression "NO LONGER" means "NOT... ANYMORE" or "NO MORE".
I will no longer ride a bike to work because I got me a car now.
I will not ride a bike to work anymore because I got me a car now.
I will ride a bike to work no more because I got me a car now.
That is it about it. I will no longer talk about it because I know y'all got it!
The expression "FOR GOOD" is used in replacement of "FOREVER" or "PERMANENTLY". As simple as that.
The store will be closed for good.
The store will be closed down.(will not be opened anymore).
Michael finally left home for good.
They tried to repair it many times before they fixed it for good.
That is all for today folks!