Which sentence is correct? Should I put "the" before "most"?
Which of the following is grammatical? Is there a best school? Is there the best school? I'm sure that the first one is right. But why?
I am reviewing an article, and the author uses the phrase ... this algorithm achieves the most superior fairness ... Initially I thought the phrase is not correct, just like saying that ...
Which is correct: Today is one of the warmer days this month. Today is one of the warmest days this month. I hear the first used almost exclusively on television news.
I just came across this documentary: The World's Biggest & Baddest Bugs by Animal Planet Is "baddest" a proper word? Shouldn't it be "worst"? What is going on here?
Disclamer: English isn't my first language. I learned during my English courses (a few years ago), that there is, as in French (which is my first language), a comparative and superlative version for ...
The likeliest problem vs. the most likely problem: are they both correct? do they mean the same thing? is one preferable over another?
We seem to be stuck at an impasse on this issue. Is funnest a word or not? If so, does it mean "most fun"?