- 1 Post By billmcd
I've been using the definite article with superlatives but I cam across a few sentences where writers veer away from this rule(?). For example I've been saying: "This is the book I liked the most". But I've seen a few writers write: "Language, art and physical education are the classes he likes most ". Which is correct. The one with the article or the one without it?
Last edited by aachu; 26-Jan-2012 at 17:58.
Re: (the) most
"The" is optional preceding "most" when the noun(s) being modified have been previously mentioned/identified and not repeated.
Originally Posted by aachu
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