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    hardest working ?

    I heard one of my colleagues praising another colleague that he is the hardest working. I was wondering if he should say you are the most hard working. I googled this phrase and found that it is used by others. Is this correct English?

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    Re: hardest working ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tedwonny View Post
    I heard one of my colleagues praising another colleague that he is the hardest working. I was wondering if he should say you are the most hard working. I googled this phrase and found that it is used by others. Is this correct English?

    Thanks
    "Hardest working" is fine.

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