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    the difference between "most of all" and "best of all"

    Best of all, I can sing Korean Pop songs with my friends.
    Most of all, I can sing Korean Pop songs with my friends.

    What is mainly different in meaning?

    After the phrase of "best of all", is good thing followed?

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    Re: the difference between "most of all" and "best of all"

    That which is best of all is better than all the rest. I am not sure how you should use "most of all" (if it should be used at all).

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