Improve Your English – Lesson 4: The Difference between Most/Most of

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Improve Your English – Lesson 4: The Difference between Most/Most of

Students often confuse the use of most and most of. Most should be used if the word following it is a noun or adjective. Most of should be used if the word following it is a pronoun, a proper noun used as a possessive, or an article.

  • Don’t say: Most of Americans eat turkey on Thanksgiving Day.
  • Do say: Most Americans eat turkey on Thanksgiving Day.
  • Don’t say: Most Mr. Kim’s students hate to study English.
  • Do say: Most of Mr. Kim’s students hate to study English.

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