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    most/mostly

    Dear teachers,

    Is this sentence correct or should I use "mostly" instead?

    " I would be MOST interested in work on..."

    Many thanks in advance!

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    Re: most/mostly

    Quote Originally Posted by Ochinoam View Post
    Dear teachers,

    Is this sentence correct or should I use "mostly" instead?

    " I would be MOST interested in work on..."

    Many thanks in advance!
    'Most' and 'mostly' could both be correct, it depends on the full context.


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    Re: most/mostly

    Thank you!

    The fuull sentence is: I would be most/mostly interested in working on these topics.

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    Re: most/mostly

    Quote Originally Posted by Ochinoam View Post
    Thank you!

    The fuull sentence is: I would be most/mostly interested in working on these topics.
    Most.

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