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    using "most"

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    in wich case is correct to put "most" at the end of the sentence, when replying to a question ?

    Thank you wery much !

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    Re: using "most"

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hello,

    in wich case is correct to put "most" at the end of the sentence, when replying to a question ?

    Thank you wery much !

    G
    Hello, I am not a teacher,

    but I have never heard one sentence with the word 'most' at the and. I knew that 'most' is used for the superlative of adjectives but I didn't know this case.

    Hope one teacher help us with your particular quote.

    See you later for the answer.

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    Re: using "most"

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hello,

    in wich case is correct to put "most" at the end of the sentence, when replying to a question ?

    Thank you wery much !

    G
    "Ther was not much coal left in the shed, 10 to 15 kilos at most."

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