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    In most cases

    Hello,

    Which expression do you prefer:

    In most cases

    In most of the cases


    Thank you.

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    Re: In most cases

    Quote Originally Posted by ratóncolorao View Post
    Hello,

    Which expression do you prefer:

    In most cases

    In most of the cases


    Thank you.
    As usual, the first answer is "It depends on context". Please use them in a sentence and then we'll be able to comment on which is most appropriate. I can think of a usage for both.

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