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answered When and why should I use 'the'
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comment Meaning of “best among the worst”
If it helps you find the answer, think of it from a different point of view. What would it mean if you said "worst of the worst"? That he is the worst, ever. So "best of the worst" must mean, good among bad ;)
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accepted How do I say 'people insist on' in the passive voice?
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comment How do I say 'people insist on' in the passive voice?
I edited my question to reflect my real wonder - the passive voice
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comment How do I say 'people insist on' in the passive voice?
Terribly sorry - I meant passive voice, not past tense. I have corrected my initial question
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