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    #1

    I still think avoiding alcohol is really the best thing to do.

    Hello,

    Is the following sentence grammatical?

    I still think avoiding alcohol is really the best thing to do.
    Regards,

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    #2

    Re: I still think avoiding alcohol is really the best thing to do.

    Yes.

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    #3

    Re: I still think avoiding alcohol is really the best thing to do.

    If you think it is the very best thing, but how about using the comparative form:

    I still think it is better to avoid alcohol.

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