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    Hi, what's a colloquial way to say the sentence, "never before did he need a bath as much as now"? I know this is not the way it's said in spoken english. It doesn't sound like a comment someone would make in a natural way.

    Also, are the following questions all correct?
    "what are you most scared of?" , "what are you scared of most?" and, "what are you scared of the most?"

    Thank you

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    Re: 2 questions

    Welcome to the forum, bahramasi.

    'He never needed a bath as much as he does now' is one of many possible alternatives.

    Please ask the unrelated question in a separate thread with a suitable title like What are you most scared of?

    Start every sentence in quotation marks with a capital letter and capitalise 'English'.

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