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    best vs. most (of all)

    Will you please explain the difference between 'most' and 'best' in such context:

    -I like him most (of all).
    -I like him best (of all).

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    Re: best vs. most (of all)

    Quote Originally Posted by Flash
    Will you please explain the difference between 'most' and 'best' in such context:

    -I like him most (of all).
    -I like him best (of all).
    They're synonymous to me. "most" comes from more, and "best" comes from better.


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    Re: best vs. most (of all)

    Thank you very much for the answer. Which word do you prefer to use?

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