I don’t need any more things. I don’t need those things, anymore.
To do something each day requires you do it “every [space] day.” The word “everyday” (no space) is an adjective.
The word “its” is possessive; “it’s” is a contraction for “it is.”
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Edit: Laura is absolutely right–“it’s” could also be “it has.” She’s earned a follow from Cicero Grade, too!
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Since the narrator is part of the Indirect Object, only “me” is correct.
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