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    fullest

    Hi guys,

    Is this sentence correct" I cannot raise the volume of my phone as it is already at its fullest" ? If not then, what would be the correct way.

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    Re: fullest

    Quote Originally Posted by tufguy View Post
    Hi guys,

    Is this sentence correct? "I cannot raise the volume of my phone as it is already at its fullest." If not, then what would be the correct way.
    Yes, that's OK. or "at its loudest."
    I'd say, "I can't turn my phone up any louder, because it's already on maximum." But there are hundreds of ways of saying most things.

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