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    most happy or the happiest?

    When we make a question is it ok to say "What makes you most happy?" or should I use superlative saying "What makes you the happiest?"

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    Re: most happy or the happiest?

    Quote Originally Posted by loveydovey View Post
    When we make a question is it ok to say "What makes you most happy?" or should I use superlative saying "What makes you the happiest?"
    Hi,

    "What makes you most happy?", I think since "most" is also an adverb

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    Re: most happy or the happiest?

    Quote Originally Posted by loveydovey View Post
    When we make a question is it ok to say "What makes you most happy?" or should I use superlative saying "What makes you the happiest?"
    You can ask the question either way.

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