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votes
3answers
168 views

“Which do you like best?” or “Which do you like most?”

Is there any difference in usage between these two sentences? Which do you like best? Which do you like most? I've read there is a slight difference in usage - a subtlety - and ...
2
votes
3answers
1k views

“Mostest” vs. “most” [closed]

What is the difference between mostest and most? Can they be used interchangeably?
3
votes
2answers
1k views

“The likeliest problem” vs. “the most likely problem”

The likeliest problem vs. the most likely problem: are they both correct? do they mean the same thing? is one preferable over another?
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votes
3answers
887 views

Superlatives with “the”

What is the rule regarding using the with superlatives? For example: John is the fastest among his friends. John is fastest among his friends. Both appear to be correct. I have seen ...
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4answers
1k views

Which word you would choose as a superlative of “wrong”?

Which word you would choose as a superlative of "wrong"?
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6answers
4k views

“least” vs. “lowest”

What is the difference between least and lowest? Websites announce as "Lowest prices", but not "least". Least is the superlative degree. low > lower > least ?