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    best of all

    what's the difference between best of all and most of all in these sentences.... I like you most of all or I like you best of all? which is the best alternative? and I like English more than German or better than German?

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    Re: best of all

    "I like you most of all" and "I like you best of all" mean the same thing. "I like English more than (I like) German" and "I like English better than German" also mean the same thing.


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